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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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But meteor fans are ever hopeful, watching intently for an outburst like the one in 1922 that graced the skies above Poland with 300-600 meteors per hour, or more recently, when North America was showered with a "modest" 250 meteors in a single hour in 1982.
SINGER Susan Boyle's outburst at Heathrow airport has been blamed on her Asperger syndrome.
In response to this overdiagnosis as bipolar disorder, in 2013 the DSM-5 created a new diagnosis called disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD) to differentiate children who experience explosive outbursts who have a different outcome.
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.
For the first time a connection between dramatic outbursts of high energy gamma-ray emission and their counterparts at many radio frequencies has been established for a large sample of galaxies.
Behavioral modification or medications may help reduce angry outbursts.
Vettel (left) and Button usually among the last to get involved in public outbursts.
Frequent anger outbursts can place a person at higher risk of heart attack or strokes, claims an American study.
We report CCD photometry of outbursts of PU UMa in 2009 and 2012 carried out by a worldwide network of observers using small telescopes.
The DSM-5 is likely to require that children diagnosed with disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD) must have had at least 12 months of very severe outbursts from trivial triggers that happen more than three times per week and are developmentally inappropriate; persistently irritable mood between outbursts most of the day every day; outbursts or negative mood in at least two separate settings; and onset before the age of 10, among other criteria.
Thanks to Chandra, Suzaku and XMM-Newton, the outbursts of V1647 Ori are giving astronomers a glimpse of the extreme childhood of a sun-like star.
Ghulam Rasul said the alarming situation of glacier melting and expected outbursts of Sanober and Booni Gole glaciers in Chitral, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa could cause loss to lives and damage infrastructure.
Although subglacial volcanic eruptions are difficult to predict and impossible to prevent, Dr Russell and his research team have used evidence gathered within the routeways of former floods to gain a better understanding of what will happen during future outbursts.
Channel 4 apologised to viewers for the outbursts by evicted housemates Noirin Kelly and Isaac Stout who were appearing on a lunchtime edition of Big Brother's Little Brother.
MSHA's investigation found that Genwal Resources recklessly failed to immediately report three previous coal outbursts that had occurred, two in March 2007 and one just three days before the August 6th accident," says Richard Stickler, acting assistant secretary of labor for MSHA.