ebullition

noun
eb·ul·li·tion | \ˌe-bə-ˈli-shən \

Definition of ebullition 

1 : a sudden violent outburst or display

2 : the act, process, or state of boiling or bubbling up

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Examples of ebullition in a Sentence

the earsplitting ebullition of the fans following the from-the-jaws-of-defeat victory

First Known Use of ebullition

1534, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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