A sudden, violent display, as of activity or emotion: an outburst of indignation. (noun)
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Use "outburst" in a sentence
"Mr. Wilson, your outburst is a reflection of the lack of civility we see among our political leaders."
"We both think the whole issue on Governor Dean's "outburst" is being overplayed (big surprise) by the media."
"September 9th, 2009 10: 03 pm ET cong. wilson 's outburst, is the worse thing i have heard in the congress to a president."