Definition of Rupturing

1. Verb. (present participle of rupture) ¹

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Definition of Rupturing

1. rupture [v] - See also: rupture

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rupturing

rupture of membranes
ruptured aneurysm
ruptured appendix
ruptured disk
ruptured intervertebral disc
ruptured spleen
rupturing (current term)
rural area
rural cutaneous leishmaniasis
rural health
rural health services
rural population
rural sanitary district

Literary usage of Rupturing

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1. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1877)
"The atmospheric limits of the Venus belt, as determined by reference to the rupturing position of Mercury, are in or near the Earth belt. For log. ( ? ..."

2. Manual of Plant Diseases by Paul Sorauer, Gustav Lindau, Ludwig Reh, Frances Dorrance (1922)
"THE rupturing OF FLESHY PARTS OF PLANTS. Fleshy roots, stems and fruits frequently crack open in long periods of dampness. Among vegetables, kohlrabi ..."

3. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1879)
"In his second case, had he to attend it again, he would have contented himself by rupturing the membranes and giving ergot. Dr Burn had seen indentation of ..."

4. A Manual of Mining: Based on the Course of Lectures on Mining Delivered at by Magnus Colbj/orn Ihlseng (1892)
"Principles in rupturing soft mineral or rock; substitutes for powder; lime, ... THE principle employed in rupturing rock consists in subjecting the ..."

5. Transactions of the Edinburgh Obstetrical Society by Edinburgh Obstetrical Society (1872)
"DR GORDON exhibited to the Society a new instrument for rupturing the membranes, which could be fitted on to the exploring finger. ..."

6. Flora of Los Angeles and Vicinity by Le Roy Abrams (1904)
"Capsule at length distending and rupturing the calyx. Seeds several in each cell, becoming mucilaginous when wetted. * LeaveĀ» mostly 1-3-pinnately dissected ..."

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