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outbursts, plural;
  1. A sudden release of strong emotion
    • - “she screamed at him about it one day,” said one source who witnessed the outburst
  2. A sudden outbreak of a particular activity
    • - a wild outburst of applause
  3. A volcanic eruption

  4. A sudden emission of energy or particles
    • - a very dramatic outburst of neutrons

  1. effusion: an unrestrained expression of emotion
  2. a sudden intense happening; "an outburst of heavy rain"; "a burst of lightning"
  3. a sudden violent disturbance
  4. The Supermen of America are a fictional superhero team published by DC Comics. They first appeared in a special written by Stuart Immonen published in 1999, and a later mini-series written by Fabian Nicieza, which was published in 2000.
  5. Outburst (subtitled The Game of Verbal Explosions!) is a game originally devised in 1986 by Hersch and Company of Los Angeles and later licensed by Parker Brothers, now a division of Hasbro. Since 2004, it has been produced by Mattel.
  6. An outburst is the sudden and violent ejection of coal, gas and rock from a coal face and surrounding strata in an underground coal mine. When outbursts occur, they can be very serious events, possibly even resulting in multiple fatalities.
  7. The Outburst is a spin-off series of mini-episodes of The Office; it premiered as original internet-only content, available online at It started its run on November 20, 2008. The webisodes were included in the show's season 5 DVD box set.
  8. (Outbursts (Turin Brakes album)) Outbursts is a studio album by Turin Brakes, the first to appear on their new label, Cooking Vinyl. It was released on March 1, 2010. The first single is "Sea Change".
  9. A violent displacement of fine coal at the face caused by excessive gas and earth pressure, often associated with areas of weakens in the coal.
  10. is the first of the morning trivia quizzes. It is based on the "Dates in History" that John Boy goes over between the top of the hour and the contest time. He gives the contestant five seconds to name three items from a category included in the "Dates in History". ...
  11. an episode in which behavior suddenly becomes driven by a strong force and less interactive. Behaviors usually include violence, rage, addictive use, dramatic exits, verbal abuse, or attempts to totally control another physically. ...