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Synonyms for outburst

Synonyms for outburst

the act of emerging violently from limits or restraints

a sudden violent expression, as of emotion

Synonyms for outburst

a sudden intense happening

a sudden violent disturbance

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Williams (University of London) have analyzed outburst data thoroughly and suspect that the outbursts may have been caused by fragmentations of Comet Thatcher's nucleus.
Melt rate will enhance due to high temperatures and expected localized heavy downpour which may trigger glacial lake outburst flood (GLOF) events in Gilgit Baltistan and Chitral areas,' it said.
After his outburst targeting the judiciary and the members of the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) probing the Sharif family, the PML-N leadership had suspended his party membership and asked him to resign from the upper house.
The spokeswoman said Susan was "absolutely fine" after the outburst in Terminal 5.
The Affective Reactivity Index or Outburst Monitoring Scale can be helpful in assessing severity and monitoring outcomes.
Does the Duke's photo call outburst damage the image of the Royal Family?
Currently Kyrgyzstan has over 300 glacial lakes with the risk of outburst located nearby the glacier area at 3,600-4,000 meters, said the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Kyrgyzstan.
While the odds of having a heart attack after a single outburst is still fairly low, the risks can add up if such outbursts are common.
Although a person's absolute risk from any one outburst was not great, the effect was nonetheless measurable, according to a report published online on March 3, 2014 in the European Heart Journal and the likelihood of a cardiovascular event was significantly greater than during periods of emotional tranquility.
In an astonishing outburst the Red Bull ace branded the new nearly soundless cars as "s**t".
An outburst can increase a person's risk of heart attack by five times and stroke by three times.
2) who also reported the first observed outburst of the system, confirming it to be a dwarf nova.
Based on the report, Leonen allegedly had an outburst after he was erroneously referred to as an Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals in the application and registration of documents at the event.
Astronomers first took notice of the young star, known as V1647 Orionis, in January 2004, near the peak of an outburst.
In his report on the present condition of glaciers, potential risk of their outburst and consequent damage, the Chief Met said that outburst is very likely even without rainfall as the transverse crevice will increase in width due to high summer temperatures.