- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of starburst.
“At that time, the galaxies were undergoing a frenzy of intense star formation, which scientists classify as starbursts.”
“Zw II 96 and the Baby Boom galaxy are both known as starbursts because they are producing loads of new stars every year.”
“Regions of intense star formation, called starbursts, span a few light years at most in the Milky Way, and less than a few hundred light years in nearby, bright galaxies such as Arp 220”
“Regions of intense star formation, called starbursts, span a few light years at most in the Milky Way, and less than a few hundred light years in nearby, bright galaxies such as Arp”
“I don't know if that's similar to Lowry's "starbursts" or not ...”
“I just get "starbursts" thinking about how much an Obama presidency will wind up you nasty little wingnuts.”
“It features a black and silver color scheme and abstract ornament such as starbursts and zigzagging molding, and supports a setback tower faced in spare white brick and black terra-cotta tiles.”
“I stomped to my right, and starbursts exploded above my giant shoulders.”
“Rhythmic starbursts of green, white and yellow brushstrokes race across the horizontal canvas, punctuated by the silver-gray verticals of evenly spaced tree trunks.”
“So maybe this means opposite of what we think, that conservatives want to move away from the starbursts.”
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