aburst

aburst

(əˈbɜːst)
adj
in a bursting state
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ABURST water main caused chaos in Newcastle yesterday, flooding homes, closing a school and wreaking havoc on the transport network.
Elbow @Newport Centre, Newport (Thursday) MERCURY Music Award-winning Brit rockers currently enjoying aburst of late blooming resplendence on the back of their acclaimed album The Seldom Seen Kid.
Aburst of pace down the left flank took McCarthy past Sean Dillon before picking out Swailes eight yards out to rifle home in plenty of space.
In this decade alone the 60-year-old folk rock legend John Martyn has survived double pneumonia and having his left leg amputated below the knee following aburst cyst.
In a Flemish painting poised against Eternity you dream of sunlit beaches, aburst with perpetual motion: the frame is heavy, the hues dark.
ABURST water main on one of the main roads in Newcastle city centre has caused disruption.
Aburst from last season's National League Two Player of the Year, Tony Duggan, saw the ball move slickly through several Welsh hands before wing Anthony Blackwood squeezed over in the corner.
Aburst of energy on a collective basis is what Strachan's looking for, as he admits his team is suffering from an attack of lethargy.