- v. present participle of erupt.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. currently undergoing eruption; -- of volcanoes.
“It gushed forth with unfathomable impossibility as it pushed forward and up like some perverted flood of despair erupting from the bowels of Hell itself.”
“Likemost young couples of their time, they were full of the optimism and hope erupting from the end of that long war.”
“She thrashed and gyrated to an explosive, truly Satanic noise erupting from the walls, which my later research disclosed to be Du Hast by Rammstein.”
“The very idea of leaves and espigas erupting from a seashell unmasked the presence of an elaborate imagination even in business matters, which of course is why he got the order in the first place.”
“I barely felt it, just a dull pain erupting in my stomach for a split second, before an eerie peace settled around me.”
“The screaming and nashing of teeth is Michael Griffin's top management unsuccessful attempt at quashing the "truth" erupting from the bowels of NASA workers.”
“Seriously … someone wrote those lines for a movie and some director/casting executive expected Keanu to deliver them without guffaws erupting from the audience.”
“Jets of carbon dioxide gas on Mars, erupting from the ice cap, as it warms in the spring carry dark sand and dust high aloft.”
“A rocking boom was erupting from the mostly empty rear rows, drowning Uncle Simon out.”
“The island of Stromboli, which is always erupting from the northwest side, or the crater.”
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