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"Oof!" the man said: a sound more of surprise and outgushing air than of pain.
Advance and Retreat Turtledove, Harry 2002
The roof down the half of the stables nearest us fell in with a roar and a sudden outgushing of sizzling heat.
Knockdown Francis, Dick 1974
Certain important details came up for discussion, interrupted frequently by the outgushing of Mildred's artless confidences, to all of which Persis listened patiently.
Summer works in the present and thinks not of the future; autumn is a rich conservative; winter has utterly lost its faith, and clings tremulously to the remembrance of what has been; but spring, with its outgushing life, is the true type of the movement.
Buds and Bird-voices 1914
As well try to stop the mountain torrent with a handful of dirt thrown in, as this outgushing of affection which had now become the whole world to this solitary man.
A Lost Family Found; An Authentic Narrative of Cyrus Branch and His Family, Alias John White Elizabeth Merwin Wickham 1901
As if all the Worlds heart-blood outgushing ensanguind the trance of my dream;
It was the simple outgushing of volatile and irrepressible humor; he was always able to make his peace for all his mischievous capers, in the hearts of his superiors, by the genial kindness of his temper, his fearless and free disposition.
It has further been said that he did not enjoy wild nature, because in the “English Note-Books” there is no outgushing of ecstatic description.
A Study Of Hawthorne Lathrop, George P 1876
It has further been said that he did not enjoy wild nature, because in the "English Note-Books" there is no outgushing of ecstatic description.
A Study of Hawthorne George Parsons Lathrop 1874
We can gather round that Rock like the Israelites in the wilderness, and slake every thirst of our souls from its outgushing streams.
Expositions of Holy Scripture St. John Chapters I to XIV Alexander Maclaren 1868