Outburst may refer to:
- Outburst Assist, a patented mechanism designed by Columbia River Knife and Tool for various models of assisted opening knives.
- Outburst (comics), a fictional superhero
- Outburst (game), a word game
- Outburst (mining), the sudden and violent ejection of coal, gas and rock from a coal face and surrounding strata in an underground coal mine
- Outbursts (Turin Brakes album), an album by the British folk duo
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Outburst — Out burst , n. A bursting forth; as, an outburst of laughter. [1913 Webster +PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
outburst — I noun affray, agitation, attack, blast, blaze, blowout, blowup, bluster, breach of the peace, burst, clamor, commotion, convulsion, detonation, discharge, disgorgement, disquiet, disquietude, disruption, disturbance, ebullition, ejaculation,… … Law dictionary
outburst — (n.) 1650s, from OUT (Cf. out) + BURST (Cf. burst). Outbresten was a verb in Middle English (mid 12c.) … Etymology dictionary
outburst — [n] fit of temper access, attack, blow, burst, conniption*, discharge, eruption, explosion, flare, flare up, frenzy, gush, gust, outbreak, outpouring, paroxysm, rapture, scene, spasm, storm, surge, tantrum, transport, upheaval; concept 633 Ant.… … New thesaurus
outburst — ► NOUN ▪ a sudden violent occurrence or release of something … English terms dictionary
outburst — [out′bʉrst΄] n. a sudden release, as of energy … English World dictionary
outburst — [[t]a͟ʊtbɜː(r)st[/t]] outbursts 1) N COUNT: usu with supp, oft N of n An outburst of an emotion, especially anger, is a sudden strong expression of that emotion. ...an outburst of anger. ...a spontaneous outburst of cheers and applause... There… … English dictionary
outburst — out|burst [ˈautbə:st US bə:rst] n 1.) something you say suddenly that expresses a strong emotion, especially anger ▪ He later apologized for his outburst. emotional/violent/angry outburst ▪ his father s violent outbursts of temper outburst of ▪… … Dictionary of contemporary English
outburst — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ sudden ▪ spontaneous ▪ occasional ▪ her occasional outbursts of temper ▪ little ▪ … Collocations dictionary
outburst — UK [ˈaʊtˌbɜː(r)st] / US [ˈaʊtˌbɜrst] noun [countable] Word forms outburst : singular outburst plural outbursts a) a sudden spoken expression of a strong feeling, especially anger emotional outbursts outburst of: His colleagues used to be shocked… … English dictionary