burst out of (somewhere or something)

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burst out of (somewhere or something)

1. To flow out of something suddenly or with great force, as of a liquid. Water is bursting out of this pipe, and I can't get it to stop!
2. To suddenly become visible. After so many gray days, we were thrilled when the sun finally burst out of the clouds. A rabbit burst out of the bushes and startled me.
3. To leave a place abruptly and energetically. After our argument, Caitlin burst out of the room in a huff.
See also: burst, of, out
References in classic literature ?
Once more the savage yells burst out of the woods, and the leaden hail whistled above the heads of the besieged, as if to confine them to a place where they might become easy victims to the enterprise of the warrior who had mounted the tree.
Ferrari's heart beat as if it would burst out of her bosom, when her conductress led her into an ante-room, and knocked at a door opening into a room beyond.
YELLOWSTONE MARS A "Yellowstone Park" on Mars has been discovered where hot springs and geysers may once have burst out of the planet's interior.
Darren Clarke burst out of stalls yesterday with six straight birdies, only to be lose momentum and settle on the end for a 67.