Noun(1) state of being torn or burst open(2) a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions(3) the act of making a sudden noisy break
Verb(1) separate or cause to separate abruptly
(1) They suggest there is a real risk of a sudden rupture , e.g. a structural change in ocean currents or the melting of the Western Antarctic ice sheet.(2) Obviously some of these men might have died anyway from a sudden rupture , but a clear distinction needs to be made between dying naturally and at the instigation of doctors.(3) In portal hypertensive gastropathy, the mucosa is friable and bleeding occurs when the ectatic vessels rupture and manifest as mucosal oozing.(4) The rupture seems definitive - a long way from happening and happily.(5) Neither of them had had pain before the initial rupture of the second rupture .(6) A pimple forms when bacteria, sebum, and old cells rupture your follicle wall and invade your skin.(7) a small hairline crack could develop into a rupture(8) They seem to writhe in place as bulbous nodules and spiky protuberances rupture their skin.(9) These acne cysts can rupture , spreading the infection into nearby skin tissue.(10) Ford engineers discovered in preproduction crash tests that rear-end collisions would rupture the Pinto's fuel system extremely easily.(11) The gelatin coated pellets shot from air guns during war games travel at 300 feet per second and can easily rupture the eye when fired from distances of 12 feet or less.(12) This could have been due to a sudden rupture of the membrane that covers the hole that was made during the operation.(13) Second, the successive rupture of these multiple contacts during protein detachment slows the unbinding velocity.(14) At very high concentrations of poly-L-lysine and a large number of attached cells, the membranes rupture due to the adhesion-induced tension.(15) His rupture with the Labour Party is clearly painful, his whole adult life having been devoted to it.(16) The tractional force created by the shrinking vitreous also may rupture blood vessels.
(1) modulus of rupture :: modulus of uqhekeko
1. break ::
2. rift ::
3. hernia ::
4. breach ::
5. break ::
6. sever ::
7. snap ::
Different Formsrupture, ruptured, ruptures, rupturing
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