proruption

noun pro·rup·tion \-pshən\

Definition of proruption

plural

-s

  1. :  a bursting forth :  the state of being protuberant or distended proruption in form reduces the labor efficiency of the farm — C. L. White & G. T. Renner

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Origin and Etymology of proruption

Late Latin proruption-, proruptio action of bursting forth, from Latin proruptus (past participle of prorumpere) + -ion-, -io -ion


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