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- v. Simple past of outbreak.
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Suddenly the room was startled by the ring of a voice from the garden, a voice that outbroke sweet and strong, that snatched the measure from
And o'er his bones and limbs a clammy sweat outbroke.
The river's cadenced roar paused beyond the bend and outbroke again.
Three years had scarcely passed since His baptism when the gathering storm outbroke, and the human body of Jesus paid the penalty for enshrining the glorious Presence of a Teacher more than man.
The fury of the great lord outbroke in one sudden curse like a blast from a horn.
"Ledge by ledge outbroke new marvels, now minute, and now immense: