“Generally we get in the news media when a volcano is threatening to erupt,” Scott said.
While we wait for tensions to erupt among the 16 new designers, take a look back at the best fights from seasons past.
But when he goes over a line that it is ambiguously drawn, then we erupt with outrage.
Who would have expected a political furor to erupt around a single Nevada rancher?
Of course nobody thought this, by itself, would be sufficient to address long-running tensions that erupt in riots.
Shann drew his legs under him, ready to erupt into a counter-offensive.
From beneath it, the potential troglodyte, that lurks in us all, is ready enough to erupt.
Table Three picked that moment to erupt in profane violence.
It was immense, but it might erupt through a dozen forced openings.
Once culture became an asset to protect, cultural wars were certain to erupt.
erupt e·rupt (ĭ-rŭpt')
v. e·rupt·ed, e·rupt·ing, e·rupts
To break through the gums in developing. Used of teeth.
To appear on the skin. Used of a rash or blemish.