Definition of Irrupts

1. Verb. (third-person singular of irrupt) ¹



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Definition of Irrupts

1. irrupt [v] - See also: irrupt

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irrupts

irrugates
irrugating
irrumated
irrumates
irrumating
irrupt
irrupted
irrupting
irruption
irruptions
irruptive
irruptively
irrupts (current term)
irvingite
is
is't
is-
is-a
is-as
is-ought problem
is-to-be
is anyone sitting here
is it going to rain
is it just me
is that a gun in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me

Literary usage of Irrupts

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1. Junius: Including Letters by the Same Writer Under Other Signatures: to by Junius (1850)
"Phalaris hopes Mr. Justice will have no objection to the following motto: Felices ter, et amplius, Quos irrupts tenet copula. LETTER LXXXV. ..."

2. Le Jongleur de Notre Dame: (The Juggler of Notre Dame); Miracle Play in by Jules Massenet, Maurice Lena (1907)
"In the midst of this irrupts the Prior, Who scatters the riff-raff and sternly threatens Jean with hell-fire if he does not mend his ways. ..."

3. The Philosophy of Disenchantment by Edgar Saltus (1885)
"... in atomic forces is greatly inferior to that which is exercised in the vegetable and animal kingdom, and hence much less than that which irrupts in man. ..."

4. A Class-book of Botany: Designed for Colleges, Academies, and Other by Alphonso Wood (1854)
"Corollas usually rose-colored, often white or variegated, spotted with crimson. Aug., Sept. 2. G. LADANUM. Red Hemp Nellie. 31. STACHYS. Or. irrupts, a ..."

5. An Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern, from the Birth of Christ to by Johann Lorenz Mosheim (1811)
"... their sentiments and executing their designs. Nor was this opportunity neglected. The attempts to abolish irrupts to I • i • i • 1 r> oI Sec Lcon. ..."

6. Junius: Including Letters by the Same Writer Under Other Signatures: to by Junius (1850)
"Phalaris hopes Mr. Justice will have no objection to the following motto: Felices ter, et amplius, Quos irrupts tenet copula. LETTER LXXXV. ..."

7. Le Jongleur de Notre Dame: (The Juggler of Notre Dame); Miracle Play in by Jules Massenet, Maurice Lena (1907)
"In the midst of this irrupts the Prior, Who scatters the riff-raff and sternly threatens Jean with hell-fire if he does not mend his ways. ..."

8. The Philosophy of Disenchantment by Edgar Saltus (1885)
"... in atomic forces is greatly inferior to that which is exercised in the vegetable and animal kingdom, and hence much less than that which irrupts in man. ..."

9. A Class-book of Botany: Designed for Colleges, Academies, and Other by Alphonso Wood (1854)
"Corollas usually rose-colored, often white or variegated, spotted with crimson. Aug., Sept. 2. G. LADANUM. Red Hemp Nellie. 31. STACHYS. Or. irrupts, a ..."

10. An Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern, from the Birth of Christ to by Johann Lorenz Mosheim (1811)
"... their sentiments and executing their designs. Nor was this opportunity neglected. The attempts to abolish irrupts to I • i • i • 1 r> oI Sec Lcon. ..."

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