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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Both worlds actually show recent signs of such oozing eruptions.
Volcanic eruptions happen when molten rock flows into the magma chamber under the surface, said Colin Wilson, professor of volcanology at Victoria University in New Zealand.
In fact, massive eruptions often generate cinematic lightning within their boiling black clouds.
Cue the flares, the eruption of the fans, the swarming from teammates; and, of course, the constant repetition of 'goal' from the over-excited Panamanian commentator.
Similar eruptions have happened all over the country.
Scottish physicist and volcanologist Andrew McGonigle has spent the better part of two decades trying to improve the odds of forecasting eruptions.
The 1783-4 Laki eruption in Iceland gave us a tiny taste of what to expect from a LIP.
The mountain has not experienced a major eruption for centuries, and its last small rumble was in 1903.
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ERUPTION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of eruption
- the eruption of the tooth from the gum
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