from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Urgently needing to urinate.
- v. Present participle of burst..
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Breaking forth; ready to burst or expand.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
To use another clichÃ©, you have taught me the true definition of the phrase "bursting with pride."
To use another cliché, you have taught me the true definition of the phrase "bursting with pride."
One minute more, and the feral roars of rage were again bursting from the crowd.
Sad and that's what one calls bursting bubbles, with no reason to justify the holdup; but times out for worrying as iPhone gets Flutter.
At each attempt they strained to the utmost with the paddles, and each time, with heads nigh to bursting from the effort, they were played out and swept back.
First, to the herb garden - my container lettuce crop was bursting from the pot, and there was basil, parsley and mint.
"Let me make some caffeine," says Timo Twin, and soon brightly colored atoms begin bursting onto the screen, combining to form a coffee molecule.
Once, Corliss, listening to an extravagant panegyric bursting from the lips of Mrs. Schoville, permitted himself the luxury of an incredulous smile; but the quick wave of color in Frona's face, and the gathering of the brows, warned him.
True, though I think a bubble bursting is part of it as well.
Waking from a blissful sleep b/c your tits are bursting is so not the best wake-up you could wish for.
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