outburst

[ out-burst ]SEE DEFINITION OF outburst

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Their outburst of melody is like a brook let loose from wintry chains.

Not with an outburst of horror; he had not even been informed that he was irreverent.

The Satanic energy of this outburst proclaims its author, Marlowe.

This outburst from Mrs. Porter startled the girl; it was so passionate, so vehement.

After the first outburst a sullen anger took possession of the race-goers.

Whatever it was, the emotion she felt bound her to silence after that one outburst.

After this outburst the voter sat down and finished his breakfast.

At this outburst Marguerite only stared at me in puzzled amazement.

But in that first outburst of fury Kay did not consider that.

"And then to a barber-shop with him," went on Mrs. Effie, who had paid no heed to his outburst.

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