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surge out of (someone, something, or some place)
1. Of a liquid or gas, to exit from something or some place in a great gush or burst. Blood surged out of the wound in his chest. Cold air surged out of the cryogenic chamber as the scientists opened the door to inspect the patient inside.
2. Of person or animal, to exit from something or some place very quickly and suddenly, with a great burst of speed. Sarah's mother surged out of the car and snatched the cigarette from her lips. A bear surged out of the dark cave and bore down on me with incredible speed.
3. To radiate or emanate off, out, or away from someone or something. The boss's anger surged out of him like water from a burst dam. A wall of heat surged out of the burning building as the firefighter kicked open the front door to make her way inside.
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