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- v. Present participle of outwell.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An outflow.
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Breaking forth from the burg; was that burn's outwelling
Then presently the exercises were concluded, and the released auditors arose with an outwelling noise of multitudinous chatter, of shuffling feet, of rustling programs.
The two sat there and looked at each other, with an outwelling of great content.
In India, at the opening of the Tertiary, there had been an outwelling of basalt, flooding to a depth of thousands of feet two hundred thousand square miles of the northwestern part of the peninsula, and similar inundations of lava occurred where are now the table-lands of Abyssinia.
It is evident that this bay, and the larger part of the "Sea of Nectar," have been created by an outwelling of liquid lavas, which formed a smooth floor over a portion of the pre-existing surface of the moon, and broke down and submerged a large part of the mountain ring of
It's the way it works in business; shit, look at the outwelling of fury that arises every time some Internet site has to move to a pay-for-content model.
-- if my pen treat of you lightly -- as haply it will wander -- yet my spirit hath gravely felt the wisdom of your custom, when sitting among you in deepest peace, which some outwelling tears would rather confirm than disturb, I have reverted to the times of your beginnings, and the sowings of the seed by Fox and Dewesbury.