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Synonym: brokenexplodedSimilar words: burst inburst intoburst out laughingburysuburbcoursenurseburn upMeaning: [bɜːst]  n. 1. the act of exploding or bursting something 2. rapid simultaneous discharge of firearms 3. a sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason) 4. a sudden violent happening. v. 1. break open or apart suddenly 2. force out or release suddenly and often violently something pent up 3. burst outward, usually with noise 4. move suddenly, energetically, or violently 5. be in a state of movement or action 6. emerge suddenly 7. cause to burst 8. break open or apart suddenly and forcefully. adj. suddenly and violently broken open especially from internal pressure (`busted' is an informal term for `burst'). 
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1 From a little spark may burst a mighty flame. 
2 He was taken to hospital with a burst appendix.
3 Rose buds are near the burst.
4 The applause burst from the crowd.
5 The bitter cold caused the water pipes to burst.
6 She burst through the door.
7 A great epidemic burst forth in that area.
8 The door burst open and the children rushed in.
9 He felt he would burst with anger and shame.
10 He burst out laughing .
11 We burst through the enemy defences.
12 The truth burst upon me.
13 They burst open the door and marched in.
14 The explosion was caused by a burst gas pipe.
15 The river burst its banks and flooded nearby towns.
16 He burst into peals of laughter.
17 The plane burst into flame .
18 He pricked the balloon and burst it.
19 The dam burst under the weight of water.
20 The mob burst into the office ranting and raving.
21 They burst in on me while I was working.
22 The sticks burst into flames.
23 There's a burst water main in Quarry Road.
24 I heard a burst of distant gunfire .
25 The audience burst into wild applause.
26 He burst in upon our conversation.
27 She burst into tears and ran from the kitchen.
28 The audience burst into spontaneous applause.
29 The jet crash-landed and burst into flames.
30 The child pricked the balloon and it burst.
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