the earsplitting ebullition of the fans following the from-the-jaws-of-defeat victory
Recent Examples on the WebThe labor unrest has been fueled by the confluence of the pandemic and an ebullition of streaming platforms thirsting for hot new shows and films.
Los Angeles Times, 10 Sep. 2021 The bossa nova era was one of two great, creative ebullitions in 20th-century Brazil.
The Economist, 11 July 2019
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