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Sentence count:73+6 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-15Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: burst forthdischargepour outvomitSimilar words: cover upcheer upbutter uplimber upenter uponabruptdisruptruptureMeaning: [ɪ'rʌpt]  v. 1. start abruptly 2. erupt or intensify suddenly 3. start to burn or burst into flames 4. break out 5. become active and spew forth lava and rocks 6. force out or release suddenly and often violently something pent up 7. appear on the skin 8. become raw or open. 
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1. He avers that chaos will erupt if he loses.
2. The volcano could erupt at any time.
3. Ash began to erupt from the crater.
4. Steam and hot water erupt from geysers.
5. A regional conflict would erupt into violent warfare.
6. Volcanoes and geysers erupt.
7. An active volcano may erupt at any time.
8. Geysers and volcanoes erupt.
9. S.-backed redeployment deal before further violence could erupt.
10. Lifting a finger made the body erupt in sweat.
11. Gang violence can erupt for no apparent reason.
12. Plumes rise and erupt on the surface.
13. Skaven erupt to take advantage of the disaster.
14. Shooting and shelling erupt sporadically from both sides.
15. Price wars will erupt like the ones in the long-distance market.
16. Knowing how easily she could erupt, they kept their distance.
17. But every so often, something will erupt out of nowhere, break through our defences and turn the well-ordered furniture upside-down.
18. A period when a killer volcano threatens to erupt and in the end does not is a non-event to subsequent generations.
19. Without a strong State, this underclass will erupt into fragmented resistance, indicated in social disorder.
20. Officials anticipate that rivalry between leaders of the various drug factions could erupt into full scale war.
21. But at the time that complex structure was established, few anticipated the gusher of money about to erupt.
22. San Francisco uses Community Boards, with voluntary mediators[sentence dictionary], to resolve the kinds of everyday conflicts that often erupt into violence.
23. Our drug czar watches in impotence as shooting wars between drug gangs erupt in city after city.
24. The danger is that all Twelve risk making themselves equally irrelevant, even when crises erupt on their own doorstep.
25. The local people were warned that the volcano might erupt at any time.
26. Then some one described a bog, another a volcano about to erupt.
27. However, he is concerned that the industry is about to erupt into a spate of brutal adventure movies.
28. To deny this power is dangerous, for, suppressed, it will find another outlet and may erupt uncontrollably.
29. He deliberately paused outside the door, forcing them to wait in frustration before they dared erupt into excited comment.
30. Wednesday in the aftermath of one of the worst military scandals to erupt in public here in recent history.
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