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Erupt in a sentence

But Tommy was not ready to erupt.
Heated arguments erupt between workers.
Inside he was a volcano waiting to erupt.
Shortly thereafter, wars began to erupt.
Invigorated these perceptions to erupt into.
It was scheduled to erupt that very evening.
Volcanoes will erupt, throwing ash into the.

A fatal volcano is about to erupt from it.
Massive amounts of water erupt from the extracted.
And if that happened then literally anything could erupt.
So why worry now? And probably it wouldn’t erupt anyway.
Caleb heard water erupt from the shower head in the bathroom.
It was obvious to everyone that he was going to erupt any minute.
It is nature at work, just as volcanoes erupt and claim many lives.
Taken aback, a volcano of weeping was about to erupt from Elizabeth.
In other words, he didn’t just think about it now and then and erupt.
Jealousy is tied with anger that is ready to erupt like Mount Pinatubo.
PROCEEDED TO ERUPT WITH LAUGHTER BEFORE RUNNING OFF TOWARDS HIS MOTHER.
He basks in the adoration—but his usual impatience and anger soon erupt.
Now? Why? Can't you help her here? That volcano isn't going to erupt! I was.
Being from the future, they knew it would not erupt anytime in their time line.
I stare back for a second before I erupt, louder than necessary in the silent car.
She’s so composed and funny, the girls beside me erupt on cue at her first joke.
Jihad’ would erupt everywhere possible, that it would occur here in Benghazi as well.
If I had my way, Dionysus said, I would cause your molecules to erupt in flames.
This caused the Detroit team to erupt in derisive laughter, and the crowd followed suit.
It made sense, personal lives could erupt in ways that would impact the operation of the ship.
The closest thing we have that would affect us is if the Yellowstone Cauldron decided to erupt.
He could only recall, instantaneously, similar incidents that had caused him to erupt years ago.
It was his call to bring in reinforcements should violence erupt and threaten to get out of hand.
But you know, you could feel the violence that was about to erupt there, and it shocks your system.
Higgins’s cheeks expanded as if he were about to erupt, but he swallowed hard and exhaled sharply.
He stared for several minutes in silence as rage welled up inside of him like a volcano ready to erupt.
And, while watching, waiting for the boy to erupt, he had completely forgotten and disregarded the imp.
She wiped a hand quickly over her mouth several times as if to make sure the lunacy didn’t erupt again.
The captain was able to see in his periscope four huge geysers erupt along the side of the first troopship.
He had a massive heart attack! Kerosene spread over the kitchen floor, causing the house to erupt in flames.
Occasionally a chuckle would erupt into the sunny day; and many times, yes, yes! Let your hearts be joined as one.
He was so sad he started to cry, and the water from his tears put out his fires so that he did not erupt any more.
For at least 20 million years, they lived near or under volcanoes which could erupt without warning at any instant.
As the fiery lava of an erupting.
He felt ashamed, for not erupting in anger.
He had seen violence erupting all over the.
Wars were erupting all over the Middle East.
Erupting at different times in different regions.
During this time the internet was erupting, the.
Several years went by, without the volcano erupting.
Our tongues entwine, our passion and ardor erupting between us.
EST, a new volcano will start erupting in the Pacific Ocean at +13.
The second voice was harsh, erupting like another gunshot in the air.
With all the chaos erupting, the police would never get there in time.
Ravan collapsed, fighting for breath, his thigh erupting in a hot blaze.
The main sound she heard was that of burglar alarms erupting into actions.
Jungle animals on attack, ancient icebergs collapsing, volcanoes erupting.
The blind eye of the human penis: erupting semen into a female’s vagina.
His fiefdom was erupting and he felt powerless to stop or even understand it.
That second a bomb exploded erupting the car and both men in a great ball of flames.
He felt sick to his stomach; a nausea that threatened to burst like an erupting fountain.
With sword in hand and peace in mind, they fought valiantly to prevent wars from erupting.
Every time a volcano stopped erupting: it became capped…By negative material, called FLINT.
He sounded at all times as if he were about ten seconds away from erupting in a violent rage.
Fierce upward flames resembling a volcano erupting enveloped the ship from one end to the other.
The open, countrywide violence erupting in America was simply its belated catching up to the rest.
Instead: they copied the worst example of all: the erupting destruction of blind volcanoes of death.
Just enough power to tip it over the erupting point, eventually creating 762 square miles of new land.
The hydra flew around the erupting fountain in a wary circle, never turning its back to the jet of water.
Not madness in fact, more a burning rage like a volcano erupting within his flesh and bones - his blood and spirit.
You go with the flow erupting from the busses; signing in at the entrance hall, echoing hallways, salvadordalian rooms.
This past week spent with Jean had eased some of his symptoms though now he felt himself erupting inside like a volcano.
They had landed near an erupting volcano which, by the way, based on the description of the locale, may have been Krakatoa.
He looked to the sun, well above the uneven horizon, then to the volcano that had been erupting the last time they’d visited.
Gunfire was still erupting from the Colonel’s and Cecil’s guns, and from somewhere even more distant, she heard a pounding.
It explains why the volcanoes in Africa kept on erupting, and re-erupting over and over again for 25 million years so regularly.
The Hebrews took the name of the God of the volcano on top of Mount Sinai: because it was always erupting in anger at their sins.
Drops of water steadily dripped down from the limestone walls and the chilly air made me shiver, goosebumps erupting across my skin.
However, events took control and following the explosions and attacks erupting around them both followed everyone into the safe area.
No, he thought with a sparkle erupting in his heart and his gaze shooting upwards through the canopy toward the uncaring, seamless sky.
Which he had, he was lurching pretty badly here with the movements of the boat and all the strife and indecision erupting in his head.
The space tug was also severely buffeted by the erupting gasses and particles from Ra Patera and had to pull out to avoid crashing itself.
The dull buzz inside his head the last few days had worsened suddenly, erupting from a soft staticy pop to a percussive, shrieking chorale.
The hall erupted into chaos.
Fangs erupted in his mouth.
Helens erupted in the 1980s.
The room erupted in laughter.
The room erupted in cheering.
The crowd erupted in applause.
Cheers erupted from the crowd.
The table erupted in laughter.
The room erupted with cheers.
The room erupted with activity.
The room erupted with laughter.
The Council erupted in an odd.
The Cal fans erupted in cheers.
When they finally erupted out.
Massive fire erupted at queens.
A cheer erupted from the street.
The house erupted into violence.
Chaos had erupted in the streets.
The volcanoes in my heart erupted.
In the distance, shouting erupted.
The hall erupted in furious gabble.
The crowd erupted in shouts of joy.
The whole table erupted in laughter.
The mob erupted in a bellow of rage.
His screams erupted from his throat.
The classroom erupted into laughter.
Gunshots erupted in the building!.
A big smile erupted across her face.
Then the volcano erupted before Mr.
Fremont Street erupted in strobing.
The room erupted at Quartz’s words.
Sir, yes sir! erupted the crowd.
Gunfire erupted throughout the jungle.
What? Callder erupted in laughter.
Once the door slid shut Summers erupted.
A silent but dreadful explosion erupted.
And then, all at once, the ocean erupted.
The crowd erupted again in wild applause.
A loud cheer erupted from the prisoners.
Suddenly, he erupted in a column of fire.
The ground erupts.
The crowd erupts into cheers.
The crowd erupts in laughter.
A fire erupts on the ground.
The throng erupts in excitement.
When a child erupts into a fit over.
The small circular-shaped capsule erupts.
The crowd erupts with cheering and applause.
The crowd sort of erupts and dies down quickly.
The room erupts into applause, whistles, and cheers.
In front of the T-Rex, a 45 degree earth column erupts.
Whenever you are alone, that loneliness erupts, surfaces.
Skin erupts over the swelling and festering sores persist.
The crowd erupts, you cut off the broadcast from the car radio.
Sometimes she erupts wildly while at other times she smoulders.
And then Loki erupts into what can only be described as cackles.
His mouth opens and a scream erupts from the depths of his being.
Light erupts around me as the Court fae vanish into their fissures.
She holds the chain as her twirling body erupts with a, Weee!.
Laughter erupts into applause for the onlookers of the crowded soup kitchen.
This method will also work to reduce the inflammation if the cold sore erupts.
Another explosion then rattles the crypt, and a staccato of gunshots erupts nearby.
Suddenly, the room erupts into applause as Miss Katherine Kavanagh has taken the stage.
So; all of their pent up energies, frustrations, resentments, and anger erupts incoherently.
Irish anger at these concessions erupts into civil war, in which Collins himself is assassinated.
The tubing erupts in a burst of flame as the container then explodes in a showering of burning fluid.
Laughter erupts, and I run as fast as I can toward the door, holding the dress against my body to hide it.
Adults often need adrenalin to stimulate hilarity, but for children hilarity erupts euphorically from play.
At the word congratulations the room erupts, not into applause, but into the pounding of fists on tabletops.
You watch her struggle with the bubbles trying to escape her nose before she erupts in froth and coughs over the bar.
No matter how carefully you analyze the daily chart, its trend can be upended by a move that erupts from another timeframe.
A human child is born, erupts through puberty, mellows in maturity, fades with age, and eventually returns to the dust of death.
Her deception was exposed when she miscarried during a procession, a symbol of the hidden gestation which erupts unbidden into our awareness.
Sand volcanoes, or sand blows, are formed during earthquakes when water is squeezed out from subsurface layers, carrying sediment with it that erupts on to the surface.
Now Macklin bangs on the kitchen table and shouts, Order in the court! I said, order in the court! And the room erupts in a riot of whistles, catcalls, and stomping feet.
So here's a paralysed guy there, and Jesus is calling him clean; and the whole room erupts, remember? YOU CAN'T CALL HIM CLEAN! He's paralysed! Look at that! You can't do that!.
If, however, a crisis erupts, then the Spacers League will reserve the right to recall these armed merchant ships into military service, with their expenses and payrolls then taken care by the government, and that for the duration of the crisis.
You can see the headlines! Gay Teacher’s Love-Nest with Student Erupts in Violence! By the time they’d finished with us I’d be unemployable, Robert would have had a nervous breakdown and I wouldn’t hold out too much hope for our relationship.
We believe that the guards downstairs will have served us by disarming all the guests, therefore, the security guards are our wild cards: if shooting erupts, it will be from them, so those of you stationed inside the house should identify them from their lapel pins and make them your first targets, if necessary.

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