rupture

[ ruhp-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF rupture

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUPTURE

If he remained only a few minutes it would indicate that there had been a rupture.

The married couple should, therefore, avoid everything which may rupture this link.

As soon as each understood the other's full intention, there would be a rupture.

Step by step the mother country and its colonies were advancing to a rupture.

It is rumored here that the Russian ambassador is no stranger to this rupture.'

All his anxiety is, to let the rupture, if there must be one, proceed from her side.

A rupture between your brother and the King will save Theos.

A rupture with France seemed inevitable, and as to clemency, there was no danger of it.

Here was a breach of continuity--a rupture in historical sequence!

The apologists of business also justified a rupture with human decencies.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR RUPTURE

bust

verbphysically break

busted

verbphysically break
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