- n. Plural form of outburst.
“Why is Alan Grayson the only person calling these outbursts from the opposition what they are – bullsh!”
“He seems very angry and has angry outbursts; is he sane?”
“The fanatics on the far left and your insane outbursts is exactly why so many Democrats (me included) did not support Obama.”
“One of the loudest outbursts from the sellout crowd of 48,159 came when the sun broke through the clouds briefly late in the game.”
“Some of these energetic particles are spewed forth during outbursts from the Sun.”
“They even have a term for outbursts of self-esteem: prideful.”
“Fischerâs propensity to violent outbursts is viewed by some people in the film as the source of funny anecdotes.”
“He got the form of the conversation, though, and its punctuation reached him in short outbursts of laughter from the widow.”
“Ah, these are vain outbursts of feeling – melancholy relapses of the spring home-sickness!”
“In Lord Horror, one of Anderton’s homophobic outbursts is replicated with the word “homosexuals” replaced by “Jews” throughout.”
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