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- v. Past participle of burst.
- adj. Bursted; broken; ruptured.
- adj. Affected with a rupture or hernia.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- p. p. of burst, v. i.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Affected with a rupture or hernia.
And she wept sore and cried out, from a bursten liver and an aching bosom, “Where are ye and where is your father?”
When thou pissest thou swishes; if thou turd thou gruntest like a bursten wine skin or an elephant transmogrified.
Four old Turkey-worked chairs, bursten-bottomed, the stuffing staring out.
Is from his top torn, when a shoure poured from a bursten cloud,
After all, one must be able to look on blood and bursten bowels calmly: even with a certain thrill.
Human cowardice and beastliness, a smell of blood, a nauseous whiff of bursten bowels!
The Philadelphienne dressyth not in garments like unto Joseph, his cote of manie colors, nethir dothe shee put on clothes whych look from afar off like geographie-mapps, where the hues are as well assortyd as iff a paint-mill had bursten and scattered the piggments all pele-mele into everlastynge miscellayneous scatteratioun.
This one thing of doing for them by 'underselling all people,' and filling our own bursten pockets by the road; and turning over all care for any 'population,' or human or divine consideration, except cash only, to the winds, with a
Her head must go first, and her feet, and the bursten shoe, must go last.
Like spattering showers from a bursten sky-rocket dropping