Verb(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
(1) Thus, once the new year has begun, I'm afraid that conflicts regarding the power plant issue will continue to erupt .(2) This will cause the hot oil to erupt with possible dire consequences.(3) Shield volcanoes tend to erupt non-explosively, mainly pouring out huge volumes of fluid lava.(4) The city's Neighbourhood Mediation Service is helping to settle disputes that can erupt over issues such as noise pollution, boundaries, nuisance and intimidation.(5) Intended to improve the understanding of how these volcanos erupt , the system investigates the dynamics of the entire magma system below the island.(6) Five college kids head into the great outdoors, only to be stricken with an illness that makes their skin erupt in sores.(7) It was easy to be so defiant against facial hair, despite its persistent attempts to erupt from our skin, because back then we were too young to grow anything more than a whisper of a whisker.(8) When volcanoes erupt , Lockwood is often nearby.(9) One of them is why volcanoes commonly erupt lavas that vary so widely in composition - a major factor in creating the planet's surface.(10) Wondering how much effect going my counselling will have, as these days, my skin only really seems to erupt when I'm not processing poisonous stuff any other way.(11) Volcanoes erupt under glaciers, causing gigantic floods that make the island a fearsomely dangerous place for human colonization.(12) However, this also means that Fiona has been exposed to the virus, and may well erupt in spots a fortnight from now.(13) What was not explained was that for a couple of days afterwards, spots can erupt and you can feel strange, or more emotional than usual.(14) Volcanoes erupt not simply because magma is hot, but because hot, rising magma turns underground water to steam, which then expands explosively.(15) Even fewer thought it would erupt over an issue so seemingly trivial.(16) We thought the women's issue would erupt first.
(1) erupt :: uitbars
1. emit lava ::
2. break out ::
3. appear ::
4. extravasate ::
5. irrupt ::
6. recrudesce ::
7. conflagrate ::
8. break through ::
9. burst ::
Different Formserupt, erupted, erupting, eruptive, erupts
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