- the breaking out of a rash or the like.
- a rash or exanthem.
Origin of eruption
Related formse·rup·tion·al, adjectivenon·e·rup·tion, nounpre·e·rup·tion, nounre·e·rup·tion, noun
Can be confusederuption irruption
Examples from the Web for eruption
The rage that Marvin has embodied, a man on the edge of eruption, is always a badly wounded man.The Story Behind Lee Marvin’s Liberty Valance Smile|Robert Ward|January 3, 2015|DAILY BEAST
The animals are supposedly evacuating themselves in anticipation of an eruption at the park, which sits on a huge volcanic system.Turns Out, a Video of Bison Purportedly Fleeing Yellowstone Is a Hoax|Timothy Lesle|April 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Economists will long debate the macro-economic effects of this eruption of federal funds.
If the eruption lasts for years, will we be in a new giant game of weather roulette?
Gillibrand exclaims, punctuating her eruption with a brisk swat to my kneecap.
Then he remarked that the eruption of Vesuvius was waning and the trouble nearly over for this time.Aunt Jane's Nieces Abroad|Edith Van Dyne
Perk is a human volcano, an' he's got to have an eruption just about so often or he can't be happy.Motor Matt's "Century" Run|Stanley R. Matthews
The eruption is a progressive thing, each day's crop coming to full bloom and dying out as the next day's crop develops.Rural Hygiene|Henry N. Ogden
During the four and a half centuries that followed the eruption of 1302, we have no record of Ischian earthquakes.A Study of Recent Earthquakes|Charles Davison
When the eruption had ceased, it was found that the whole mountain had disappeared.At Last|Charles Kingsley