Part of speech:
To do, make, or cause to move, go, or act, with unusual or excessive speed or haste; hurry
To suffer or wither from a blight
(Juggling) To perform a flash.
To rupture is to break or burst, or to cause to break or burst.
To cause rapid nuclear fusion or fission in, with accompanying destructive force
A discharge of a number of pieces of artillery or small arms, in regular succession or at the same time, either as a salute or, esp. in naval battles, as a broadside
To cause to be split unintentionally:
A violent blowing apart or bursting caused by energy released from a very fast chemical reaction, a nuclear reaction, or the escape of gases under pressure.
To be the proper size and shape for:
To break or burst into pieces suddenly, as with a blow
(Sports) To strike (a tennis ball, for example) before it touches the ground.
To put out of breath; to cause to blow from fatigue.
To cause to pop
(Informal) To smash or break, especially forcefully:
To drive away by setting a fire.
To break through the gums in developing. Used of teeth.
An outburst of temper.
A sudden increase:
A simultaneous or rapid and continuous discharge of many firearms
To be plentiful; exist in large numbers or amounts
To show strong anger, irritation, outrage, etc. as by a stiffening of the body
(Slang) An infatuation
An unusually large outpouring, as of words
A complete course, succession, or series:
(Military) the act of releasing a member of the armed forces from service
To put an end to; do away with
(Often followed by "to go to...") Urgently needing to urinate.
To lay down a barrage (against); subject to a barrage
A sudden, brief outburst of anger, trouble, etc.
To interrupt; to destroy the continuity of; to dissolve or terminate.
To cause to burst or collapse inward
(Intransitive) To fall apart, break up into parts.
To penetrate is to pass into or through something.
(Medicine) A rupture or splitting open, as of a surgical wound, or of an organ or structure to discharge its contents.
(Chem.) The changing of certain crystalline compounds to a whitish powder or powdery crust through loss of their water of crystallization
To begin to grow or blossom.
To split open along definite structural lines, as the seedpods of legumes, lilies, etc. do
To break in upon (a person) who is speaking, working, etc.; stop or hinder
To burst suddenly or violently (into)
To a conclusion or result
To be pierced or punctured:
To scat is to go away or leave.
To undergo a spasm
The definition of fulminate is to take a strong stance in protesting something, or is a disease that comes on suddenly and strongly out of nowhere, is a violent and sudden explosion.
To become manifest suddenly and in full force.
Flare is defined as to blaze into a sudden light, burst into anger to curve outward.
The ability or right to approach, enter, exit, communicate with, or make use of:
The act or process of erupting.
Gust is defined as taste or the enjoyment of flavor.
As the water is condensing, it releases heat in the surrounding areas. The air starts to rise faster and produce more moisture, due to this condensation process.
The definition of a shower is a person who displays or exhibits, or is a brief fall of rain or snow, or is bathing by standing under flowing water, or a party to celebrate a future event.
An atmospheric disturbance characterized by a strong wind, usually accompanied by rain, snow, sleet, or hail, and, often, thunder and lightning
(Nautical) To pour out; to empty; to tap and begin drawing from.
The experience or beginning of a feeling, need, or desire:
come open suddenly and violently, as if from internal pressure
(Chemistry) To break into simpler molecules, often by means of heat or a catalyst.
To undergo a break in (a bone):
To pass into or through something.
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