Definition of Inbursts

1. Noun. (plural of inburst) ¹



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Definition of Inbursts

1. inburst [n] - See also: inburst

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inbursts

inbreeders
inbreeding
inbreedings
inbreeds
inbring
inbrings
inbroken
inbrought
inbuild
inbuilding
inbuilt
inburn
inburning
inburnt
inburst
inbursts (current term)
inby
inbye
inca
incage
incaged
incagement
incages
incaging
incaite
incalcitrant
incalculability
incalculable
incalculableness
incalculably

Literary usage of Inbursts

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1. The Mining Engineer (1901)
"Since 1880, whenever the brine is pumped rather low, sudden inbursts of water occur and more destruction lakes place. A large lake, fully '•]() acres in ..."

2. The Story of the Mine: As Illustrated by the Great Comstock Lode of Nevada by Charles Howard Shinn (1896)
"To chronicle such a contest," wrote one observer, " is to write down an unvaried record of flooded shafts and levels, of temporary drainage and new inbursts ..."

3. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1894)
"I should add that we were not subjected to sudden inbursts of large quantities of the gas, and our heavy air-current sufficiently diluted and swept away the ..."

4. Psychology, Descriptive and Explanatory: A Treatise of the Phenomena, Laws by George Trumbull Ladd (1894)
"... and there are changes of memory produced, by further reflection, or due to sudden inbursts of clearer recognitive recollection, etc. ..."

5. Psychology, Descriptive and Explanatory: A Treatise of the Phenomena, Laws by George Trumbull Ladd (1904)
"... interest, etc., over the deliverances of memory ; and there are changes of memory produced, by further reflection, or due to sudden inbursts ..."

6. Chimæroid Fishes and Their Development by Bashford Dean (1906)
"Sometimes "drifts" of germinal yolk underlie the coarse yolk; sometimes they extend obliquely, admitting between them inbursts of coarser yolk. ..."

7. Modern Ideas of Evolution as Related to Revelation and Science by John William Dawson (1890)
"... the favouring conditions of scope for expansion, were, as might rationally be expected, the accompaniments and secondary causes of new inbursts of life. ..."

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