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Use "irruptions" in a sentence
"These are known as irruptions, and are not, as is often suggested, the sign of a cold winter farther north."
"It’s difficult to see how one could seriously view reality as these three characters do — I thought maybe these alternate realities were irruptions from the subconscious savageries of the characters, but the text may not support that interpretation."
"A certain number of the iconic owls fly south from their Arctic breeding grounds each winter but rarely do so many venture so far away even amid large-scale, periodic southern migrations known as irruptions."