Thesaurus / rupture

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History is of course full of such ruptures, intentional or otherwise.
When that bubble bursts, it begins with a break, or rupture, in the soapy film.
The occasion of this rupture between George the First and his son was curious.
THE TOWNLEIGH HUNT
And why the rupture frequently breaks out anew, after the operation apparently heals.
CLUTHE'S ADVICE TO THE RUPTUREDCHAS. CLUTHE & SONS
Up to the time of the revolution, Canada had been a hostage, and England felt that she could at no time afford a rupture with us.
PHILIP DRU: ADMINISTRATOREDWARD MANDELL HOUSE
One such case seen only at autopsy had a rupture of the aorta just above the sinus of Valsalva and died of hemopericardium.
ARTERIOSCLEROSIS AND HYPERTENSION:LOUIS MARSHALL WARFIELD
The families were intimate; so intimate that their friendliness outlived generations, civil war, and all sorts of rupture.
I will gladly tell anyone suffering from rupture that I am more than pleased with my Cluthe Truss.
CLUTHE'S ADVICE TO THE RUPTUREDCHAS. CLUTHE & SONS
They were shrewd enough to see that there was a rupture between the principal and the savant.
DIKES AND DITCHESOLIVER OPTIC
No rupture took place; the stronger and more crafty spirit prevailed.
THE GREAT COMPANYBECKLES WILLSON

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