erupt

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  • Primary teeth erupt into the mouth from around six months until two years of age.
  • It has erupted with tremendous force several times in the last two million years.
  • A close-quarters fight erupted, and within minutes several men were dead.
  • Their eyes open at four to five weeks and their milk teeth erupt about the same time.
  • These teeth will continue to form until they erupt in the mouth.
  • A fight also erupted on camera before the show cut to commercial.
  • People trying to obtain their basic life needs have caused violence to erupt.
  • There was pressure building up inside of it, and it was erupt in approximately two hours.
  • A protest erupted the next morning and he resigned two days later.
  • Those that do normally only have one or two, and these may by only partially erupted.
  • But at the first chance we get, we will erupt.
  • Their canine teeth erupt at five weeks, and their eyes open after seven weeks.
  • They were able to take advantage of the fighting that erupted between families in the region to advance their own interests.
  • Once upon a time, a huge storm erupted over the Earth.
  • The flow deposits were still at about two weeks after they erupted.
  • At another concert, audience members charge onto the stage and erupt into a wild sexual free for all.
  • He would sometimes erupt and become upset over trivial day-to-day problems.
  • During his second-term campaign, unrest in the country erupted in repeated political violence.
  • In some cases, it may not even erupt at all.
  • A mistake allowed a huge flame of fire to erupt directly under his feet.
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Meaning of erupt

  • verb Start abruptly
    After 1989, peace broke out in the former East Bloc
  • verb Erupt or intensify suddenly
    Unrest erupted in the country, Tempers flared at the meeting, The crowd irrupted into a burst of patriotism
  • verb Start to burn or burst into flames
    Marsh gases ignited suddenly, The oily rags combusted spontaneously
  • verb Break out
    The tooth erupted and had to be extracted
  • verb Become active and spew forth lava and rocks
    Vesuvius erupts once in a while
  • verb Appear on the skin
    A rash erupted on her arms after she had touched the exotic plant
  • verb Become raw or open
    He broke out in hives, My skin breaks out when I eat strawberries, Such boils tend to recrudesce