Synonym: discharge, ejection, eruption, outbreak, torrent. Similar words: burst, burst in, burst into, burst out laughing, burst into laughter, credit bureau, bursa, disburse. Meaning: ['aʊtbɜrst /-bɜːst] n. 1. an unrestrained expression of emotion 2. a sudden violent happening 3. a sudden violent disturbance.
Random good picture Not show
(1) A forceful outburst blew over the garden.
(2) What in God's name caused that outburst?
(3) There has been another angry outburst against the new local tax introduced today.
(4) Her angry outburst was untypical; she's usually very quiet woman. Sentencedict.com
(5) She was alarmed by his violent outburst.
(6) She was contrite the morning after her angry outburst.
(7) She apologized for her outburst.
(8) He later apologized for his outburst.
(9) Alice's carelessness provoked her teacher to an outburst.
(10) That outburst was illustrative of her bad temper.
(11) Her angry outburst was totally unprovoked.
(12) His rash outburst incurred the displeasure of the judge.
(13) She seemed almost embarrassed by her own outburst.
(14) He was prompted to a rare outburst of feeling.
(15) The judge's intemperate outburst almost caused a retrial.
(16) What lay behind this strange outburst?
(17) He apologized for his outburst at rehearsal.
(18) They seemed stunned at his outburst.
(19) His speech prompted an angry outburst from a man in the crowd.
(20) That outburst was a typical example of his lack of self - control .
(21) He had a sudden outburst against the whole tribe of actors.
(22) Their sudden outburst was obviously genuine; it couldn't have been contrived.
(23) A player was cautioned for his angry outburst against the referee.
(24) The President's arrival was the signal for an outburst of cheering.
(25) Her comments provoked an outburst of anger from the boss.
(26) Her outburst was a delayed reaction to an unpleasant letter she'd received that morning.
(27) He's always seemed very self-controlled, so I was amazed by his sudden outburst in the office.
(28) He returned to beg her pardon for his sudden outburst.
(29) Last year's riots pale in comparison with this latest outburst of violence.
(30) She gave full vent to her feelings in a violent outburst.
More similar words: burst, burst in, burst into, burst out laughing, burst into laughter, credit bureau, bursa, disburse, reimburse, reimbursement, outbreak, cut back, light bulb, cut both ways, installment buying, bur, yours, ours, burn, bury, first, hours, burnt, suburb, burly, at worst, thirst, purse, course, curse.