Thesaurus / rift

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It is an active continental rift that began millions of years ago, splitting at 7mm annually.
Thanks to injuries and a rift with management, Nomar was shipped out of town three months before Boston ended its World Series drought, and his career was never really the same afterward.
Some reported the rift between Carson and the others became noticeable in early 2019, while others said things worsened closer to July or August 2019, after a retreat and other financial disagreements boiled over.
A rift in the clouds had let the sunlight through, and when she reached the gate, the garden was bathed in sunlight.
A cotton-tail sat with quivering nose and inquiring ears above the rift of the slide.
STILL JIMHONOR WILLSIE MORROW
Through the dingy window, for a single moment, one clear star shone between a rift in the driving storm-clouds.
The rain had stopped, and through a rift in the eastern clouds the level, red rays of the sun were shining.
WITH HOOPS OF STEELFLORENCE FINCH KELLY
The Wadi Mellahah is another huge cleft or rift, running about a mile to the west of, and more or less parallel to, the Jordan.
WITH THE JUDANS IN THE PALESTINE CAMPAIGNJ. H. (JOHN HENRY) PATTERSON
When the sun's disc emerged into the rift there was light; but dim, cold and fleeting.
He looks out of the window and sees Venus, the star of love, shining through a rift of the clouds.

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