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Origin of breakout
Words nearby breakout
Example sentences from the Web for breakout
He was the breakout star, and was spectacular, and really took the focus that first year.Bill Murray’s Words of Wisdom: On Comedy, the Greatness of In-N-Out, and Searching For Great Love|Marlow Stern|October 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I'm not that guy from (his breakout 1998 film) Out of Sight.
And Wallace is likely to be the breakout star of this season.Rosie Returns to 'The View': A Bold, Intelligent, and Sometimes Boring Premiere|Kevin Fallon|September 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Jeremy Lin exploded onto the stage as the breakout star of one in a long line of mediocre New York Knicks seasons in 2011-12.Ellen Anaconda, Mike Tyson TV Battle, and More Viral Videos|Jack Holmes|September 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For our full high schools coverage, including our breakout lists, click here.The Daily Beast's Top High Schools 2014: Methodology|Brandy Zadrozny|August 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is that Talents, Incorporated may be wrong about the time of breakout.
His young students took command in four-hour watches, with at least one breakout from overdrive in each watch.
There was no answer from the ground when breakout came and Calhoun drove the Med Ship to a favourable position for a call.This World Is Taboo|Murray Leinster
There was no answer from the ground when breakout came and Calhoun drove the Med Ship to a favorable position for a call.
Bors almost chanted, while with gestures toward the radar-screen he picked out the objects near which breakout should fall.
British Dictionary definitions for breakout
- a great success, esp following relatively disappointing performance
- (as modifier)a breakout year
Idioms and Phrases with breakout
Develop suddenly and forcefully. For example, A fire broke out last night, or He broke out in a sweat. [a.d. 1000]
Be affected with a skin eruption, such as a rash or boils, as in A teenager's face often breaks out in pimples. [c. 1300]
Prepare something for consumption, action, or use, as in Let's break out the champagne, or It's such a fine day—let's break out the fishing rods. [Early 1800s]
break out of. Force out by breaking; also, escape from confinement. For example, The hurricane broke the glass out of all the windows, or He broke out of prison but was soon apprehended. [Early 1600s]
Isolate a portion of a body of data, as in Please break out the sales figures from the quarterly report. [Mid-1900s]