Examples of eruption in a Sentence
a great eruption of glee as it suddenly dawned on her that she had won
the eruption of the volcano Krakatoa was one of the most violent in global history
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And maybe less violent eruptions, that’d be doper).
Volcanic eruptions built up greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere that helped heat the planet, melting the ice and warming the oceans.
Earlier expulsions from the Politburo (this would be the fourth in over two decades) resulted from eruptions of high-level infighting.
In Game of Thrones, volcanic eruptions caused the end of the Valyrian civilization.
Its last major eruption was in 1881, but its geothermal activity remains high.
Which should make for a fascinating contrast with Murray's volcanic eruptions.
Castile was killed during an intense three-day eruption of violence last summer.
Then came an eruption of colors: vivid patterns of palm trees and sunbeams printed on stiffened, corrugated fabrics that Mr. Green said were inspired by the thought of venturing toward paradise.
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ERUPTION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of eruption
- the eruption of the tooth from the gum
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