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  • This had been covered by a sudden eruption of water some years before.
  • Short eruptions can end in less than a day, but longer events can take several days to months.
  • These eruptions typically last a few months to a year, but may continue for several years.
  • Initially eruptions were taking place on average eight times a day.
  • One day, an eruption occurs and the earth gets its natural sources back.
  • A number of other eruptions also occurred in the general area during roughly the same time period.
  • Eruption typically occurs between the ages of nine and ten years of age.
  • This eruption probably lasted only a few hours to a few days.
  • There are several other of these activities that are not called eruptions.
  • Since that time it has grown through eruptions, some violent and some gentle.
  • It is estimated that the last eruptions occurred around a million and a half years ago.
  • He learned "Eruption" note-for-note and often played it live in his early days.
  • One eruption was so strong that it wiped out all life on the island.
  • It was during this eruption that the island earned its name.
  • These eruptions are often spread out over several millions of years.
  • Six to eight minor eruptions occur about one hour apart.
  • The series consists of three to five minor eruptions and one major eruption.
  • Because of this, he was more aware than most of the threat of a north-directed eruption.
  • He wanted to be near if the eruption came.
  • During these years, the eruptions grew more frequent and more violent.
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Words starting with eruption

Meaning of eruption

  • noun Symptom consisting of a breaking out and becoming visible
  • noun (of volcanos) pouring out fumes or lava (or a deposit so formed)
  • noun The emergence of a tooth as it breaks through the gum