If the eruption lasts for years, will we be in a new giant game of weather roulette?
The animals are supposedly evacuating themselves in anticipation of an eruption at the park, which sits on a huge volcanic system.
His eruption in Pilibhit was not a betrayal of his inheritance; it was the first lap in his run to reclaim it.
Gillibrand exclaims, punctuating her eruption with a brisk swat to my kneecap.
He added: "Instead of monitoring volcanoes, what Congress should be monitoring is the eruption of spending in Washington, D.C."
One of the alae (h) at the time of the eruption was used as a wardrobe.
The eruption shows first on the body, in most cases, especially the back.
When the lesions constituting the eruption are of two or more types or characters.
St. Augustine's eruption in 1883 was one of extreme violence.
No one who was that afternoon lunching at the Savoy will ever forget our eruption from the restaurant.
eruption e·rup·tion (ĭ-rŭp'shən)
An appearance of a rash or blemish on the skin.
Such a rash or blemish.
The emergence of a tooth through the gums.