break forth

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But I live in mine own light, I drink again into myself the flames that break forth from me.
Tis night: now doth my longing break forth in me as a fountain,--for speech do I long.
Each sang his indictive narrative in turn, accompanied by the whole orchestra of sixty instruments, and when this had continued for some time, and one was hoping they might come to an understanding and modify the noise, a great chorus composed entirely of maniacs would suddenly break forth, and then during two minutes, and sometimes three, I lived over again all that I suffered the time the orphan asylum burned down.
If momentary rays of glory break forth from the gloom, while they dazzle us with a transient and fleeting brilliancy, they at the same time admonish us to lament that the vices of government should pervert the direction and tarnish the lustre of those bright talents and exalted endowments for which the favored soils that produced them have been so justly celebrated.
Then would break forth an unavailing explosion of wrath on the part of certain of the partners, in the course of which they did not even spare Mr.
Therefore, on the day when this plan slowly and solitarily ripened, shall break forth, it will break forthwith all the conditions of success which always accompany an unforeseen event.
On this your tears will break forth anew for him who would have put away the day of captivity from you.
At any moment that soft, confidence-inspiring voice might break forth in a roar of wrath, that gentle and caressing hand transform itself into a vice-like grip to hold him helpless and administer punishment.
Hence, discomfort, impatience, weariness, the liberty of a day of cynicism and folly, the quarrels which break forth for all sorts of causes--a pointed elbow, an iron-shod shoe, the fatigue of long waiting--had already, long before the hour appointed for the arrival of the ambassadors, imparted a harsh and bitter accent to the clamor of these people who were shut in, fitted into each other, pressed, trampled upon, stifled.
Corbyn said: "Our mission now is the same as that which he laid out just 21 years into the Labour Party's life when he said that the movement would not rest until 'the sunshine of socialism and human freedom break forth upon our land'.
Spring Watch What a thing, what an amazing thing, When lovely green leaves break forth in spring, And fragrant flowers begin to show, Their colourful heads, spring is here you know.
As their departure date looms, underlying tensions break forth and Andy is seen shiftily disappearing off to a mystery address.