Origin of geyser
OTHER WORDS FROM geysergey·ser·al, gey·ser·ic, adjective
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How to use geyser in a sentence
To his left, he watched a chunk of steel strike a fellow officer above the eye, setting off a geyser of blood.“I Don’t Trust the People Above Me”: Riot Squad Cops Open Up About Disastrous Response to Capitol Insurrection|by Joaquin Sapien and Joshua Kaplan|February 12, 2021|ProPublica
One of the most fundamental questions about geysers is why they erupt to certain heights, he adds — and why, for example, Steamboat can shoot water over 100 meters into the air, while Old Faithful’s fountain is perhaps a third as high.
A recent reawakening of the tallest geyser in the world is not a harbinger of an imminent volcanic eruption, a new study reports.
Bring a thermos of coffee or hot chocolate in case you have to wait for the geyser to erupt.
Shortly after Taylor’s death, the ground shook a few miles north and a 60-foot geyser blew skyward.Oil Companies Are Profiting From Illegal Spills. And California Lets Them.|by Janet Wilson, The Desert Sun, and Lylla Younes, ProPublica|September 18, 2020|ProPublica
The oil geyser has shot them to different financial universes, but they still understand each other perfectly.
This prompts Sarah Lynn to stab herself with a Confederate bayonet letter-opener, causing a geyser of blood.'BoJack Horseman': The Debauched Tales of a Drunken, Groupie-Sexing D-List Horse, Hits Netflix|Marlow Stern|August 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There was a tremendous splash, and a small-sized geyser shot upward.Motor Matt's "Century" Run|Stanley R. Matthews
The famous geyser shown in the illustration is called “Old Faithful” because of the clock-like regularity of its eruptions.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
She is right, it is petroleum; there are here wells of it, from which it bursts up with great force sometimes, like a geyser.Round the Wonderful World|G. E. Mitton
Toward the geyser hurried Frank, still looking for his companion.Frank Merriwell's Bravery|Burt L. Standish
Unlike that of the Great Geyser, it is always in ebullition, and its temperature is subject to comparatively slight differences.