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Another word for burst

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Verb
  1. To come open or fly apart suddenly and violently, as from internal pressure

      1. A sculpture representing a person's head, shoulders, and upper chest.
      2. A woman's breasts.
      3. The human chest.
      1. To make a short, sharp, explosive sound.
      2. To burst open with a short, sharp, explosive sound.
      3. To move quickly or unexpectedly; appear abruptly:
      1. To release mechanical, chemical, or nuclear energy by the sudden production of gases in a confined space:
      2. To burst violently as a result of internal pressure.
      3. To shatter with a loud noise:
      1. A sudden hard stroke or hit, as with the fist or an object.
      2. An unexpected shock or calamity.
      3. An unexpected attack; an assault.
    See also:

    explosion

  2. To release or cause to release energy suddenly and violently, especially with a loud noise

    See also:

    explosion

  3. To become manifest suddenly and in full force.

Noun
  1. A violent release of confined energy, usually accompanied by a loud sound and shock waves

    See also:

    explosion

  2. A sudden violent expression, as of emotion

    See also:

    explosion

  3. A concentrated outpouring, as of missiles, words, or blows

      1. A simultaneous discharge of a number of bullets or other projectiles.
      2. The bullets or projectiles so discharged.
      3. A group of remarks, expressions, or actions directed toward a certain recipient or audience:
      1. An atmospheric disturbance manifested in strong winds accompanied by rain, snow, or other precipitation and often by thunder and lightning.
      2. A wind with a speed from 48 to 55 knots (55 to 63 miles per hour; 89 to 102 kilometers per hour), according to the Beaufort scale.
      3. A heavy shower of objects, such as bullets or missiles.
      1. A brief fall of precipitation, such as rain, hail, or sleet.
      2. A fall of a group of objects, especially from the sky:
      3. An abundant flow; an outpouring:
      1. A simultaneous discharge of firearms.
      2. The simultaneous release of a rack of bombs from an aircraft.
      3. The projectiles or bombs thus released.
      1. Precipitation in the form of spherical or irregular pellets of ice larger than 5 millimeters (0.2 inch) in diameter, usually associated with thunderstorms.
      2. Something that falls with the force and quantity of a shower of ice and hard snow:
      3. To precipitate in pellets of ice and hard snow.
      1. A discharge from a number of firearms, fired simultaneously or in rapid succession.
      2. A rapid outburst or barrage:
      3. To attack with a fusillade.
      1. To assault with heavy artillery fire.
      2. To deliver heavy artillery fire.
      3. An extended, usually heavy discharge of artillery.
      1. the act of bombing, especially towns or cities
      2. heavy artillery fire
      3. (physics) the incidence of an intense stream of high-energy particles directed at a substance
      1. An artificial obstruction, such as a dam or irrigation channel, built in a watercourse to increase its depth or to divert its flow.
    See also:

    attack

Idioms:

    burst out

  1. To speak suddenly or sharply, as from surprise or emotion

Another word for burst

Noun
  1. An act or result of bursting

  2. A sudden spurt

    See also:

    fit

  3. A volley

      1. To release, as from confinement, care, or duty:
      2. To let go; empty out:
      3. To pour forth; emit:
      1. Being such that every part of the surface or the circumference is equidistant from the center:
      2. Moving in or forming a circle.
      3. Shaped like a cylinder; cylindrical.
      1. A simultaneous discharge of firearms.
      2. The simultaneous release of a rack of bombs from an aircraft.
      3. The projectiles or bombs thus released.
Verb
  1. To explode

  2. To break

      1. The act or process of breaking.
      2. The condition of having been broken or ruptured:
      3. A break, rupture, or crack, especially in bone or cartilage.
      1. To divide (something) from end to end, into layers, or along the grain:
      2. To cause to be split unintentionally:
      3. To cause to undergo nuclear fission or division into elements:
      1. To break without complete separation of parts:
      2. To break or snap apart:
      3. To make a sharp snapping sound:
  3. To puncture

      1. To pierce, punch, or bore a hole or holes in; penetrate.
      2. To pierce or stamp with rows of holes, as those between postage stamps, to allow easy separation.
      3. To pass into or through something.
      1. The act of piercing or pricking.
      2. The sensation of being pierced or pricked.
      3. A persistent or sharply painful feeling of sorrow or remorse.
      1. To cut or pass through with or as if with a sharp instrument; stab or penetrate.
      2. To make a hole or opening in; perforate.
      3. To make a way through:
    See also:

    penetrate