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burst forth

To emerge violently or intensely, often after suddenly increasing in strength, size, or force. I thought I had contained the fire, but when the flames burst forth again, I called the fire department. Things had been peaceful between my aunts for months, but old grievances burst forth again on our family vacation The water burst forth from the broken water main.
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burst forth

to come forth explosively. The words burst forth and frightened everyone. The blossoms burst forth in the first warm days of the year.
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The Chinese Year of the Dragon burst forth in colorful and exciting dances, beautiful and lively instrumental music, and graceful artwork as the Shanxi University Art Delegation performed at the Dennis A.
After a countdown clock hit zero, beams of light filled the arena and Bieber burst forth from a silver cage and into opening track Love Me.
All at once, their throats, lacquered by love and passion, the birds burst forth in tweety tones, scales of half and whole notes that shattered the stillness of creation and taught the wind to whistle, the roses to waft sweet fragrances heavenward, the snake to slither, the humans to copulate in washes of birdsong.
to burst forth from his underwater home, but to dive down,
John's experience as a stockman in the far north inspired the story of the left behind calf, rescued with great energy by his mother and father as they burst forth from the cattle truck.
The contrast with dour Scottish scenery could not have been greater when the Fourth Symphony burst forth into exuberant life.
The pain, buried in his work all these years, seems finally to have burst forth, hemorrhaging into this masterpiece, easily the most moving book I've read.
Old fears which you've managed to push under the surface can no longer be contained, and they'll burst forth with a vengeance this week.
My good humour did not burst forth quite so melodiously, but I was getting there.
This is no easy feat, for the score's radiant orchestration, seething harmonic tension and urgent rhythms can hardly be contained, threatening to burst forth and overwhelm the singers at every moment.
IF you are old enough to remember the Falklands War, which took place 25 years ago, you might recall the odd feeling that the 19th Century had burst forth in the 20th.
Oramo urged the CBSO's strings into playing that was tender yet always ready to burst forth into passion.
Zinn, though undoubtedly a humanist, seems to have faith that rational public policy will somehow burst forth in America, presumably via a dissatisfied public that finally reaches its breaking point and demands progressive change.
But God does not promise a life without struggle, and that flower that strikes its head out of the frozen ground doesn't choose the yard from which to burst forth.
It involved a buildup of changes that would burst forth to create a new species without transitional fossils.