A sudden, violent outpouring, as of emotion: "did not . . . give way to any ebullitions of private grief” ( Thackeray). (noun)
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Use "ebullition" in a sentence
"Wallace regarded this ebullition from the heart of the honest veteran with a look that was eloquent to all."
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"The archdeacon had called Mrs Proudie a she-Beelzebub; but that was a simple ebullition of mortal hatred."