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Definition of "outbreaking" [out•break•ing]

  • The act of breaking out. (noun)
  • That which bursts forth. (noun)
  • Present participle of outbreak. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "outbreaking" in a sentence
  • "And it touched me to the very heaven of my heart when I discovered that if the dying man was unconverted, an "outbreaking" sinner, he was wont to omit the harder doctrines, and generously lift him to the Lord in prayer upon the easy pledge of faith."
  • "Standing squarely in the the tradition of the Hebrew scriptures, the early Jewish Christians saw in the life of Christ yet another outbreaking of the promises of God to those far off, to the other, the stranger, the foreigner, even the heathen."
  • "However, the border between outbreaking and non-outbreaking populations of geometrid moths is likely to move northward if climate changes."