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8: "Break forth into singing, ye mountains." Isa. xliv. 2 To breakfrom, to go away from abruptly.This radiant from the circling crowd he broke. Dryden. To break into, to Do you have knowledge, Definitions or data to publish about 8? Dictionary UK is open for edits.

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1. "Break forth into singing, ye mountains." Isa. xliv. 2 To breakfrom, to go away from abruptly.This radiant from the circling crowd he broke. Dryden. To break into, to enter by breaking

2. as, a house. To break in upon, to enter or approach violently or unexpectedly."This, this is he

3. softly awhile

4. let us not break in upon him."Milton. To break loose. (a) To extricate ones self forcibly. "Who wouldnot, finding way, break loose from hell" Milton. (b) To cast offrestraint, as of morals or propriety. To break off. (a) To become separated by rupture, or withsuddenness and violence. (b) To desist or cease suddenly. "Nay,forward, old man

5. do not break off so." Shak. To break off from, to desist from

6. to abandon, as a habit. To break out. (a) To burst forth

7. to escape from restraint

8. toappear suddenly, as a fire or an epidemic. "For in the wildernessshall waters break out, and stream in the desert." Isa. xxxv. 6 (b)To show itself in cutaneous eruptions

9. said of a disease. (c) Tohave a rash or eruption on the akin

10. said of a patient. To break over, to overflow

11. to go beyond limits. To break up. (a) To become separated into parts or fragments

12. as,the ice break up in the rivers

13. the wreck will break up in the nextstorm. (b) To disperse. "The company breaks up." I. Watts. To break upon, to discover itself suddenly to

14. to dawn upon. To break with. (a) To fall out

15. to sever ones relations with

16. topart friendship. "It can not be the Volsces dare break with us."Shak. "If she did not intend to marry Clive, she should have brokenwith him altogether." Thackeray. (b) To come to an explanation

17. toenter into conference

18. to speak. [Obs.] "I will break with her andwith her father." Shak.

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