Definition of Irruption. Meaning of Irruption. Synonyms of Irruption

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Definition of Irruption

Irruption
Irruption Ir*rup"tion, n. [L. irruptio: cf. F. irruption. See Irrupted.] 1. A bursting in; a sudden, violent rushing into a place; as, irruptions of the sea. Lest evil tidings, with too rude irruption Hitting thy aged ear, should pierce too deep. --Milton. 2. A sudden and violent inroad, or entrance of invaders; as, the irruptions of the Goths into Italy. --Addison. Syn: Invasion; incursion; inroad. See Invasion.

Meaning of Irruption from wikipedia

- To be counted as a true migration, and not just a local dispersal or irruption, the movement of the animals should be an annual or seasonal occurrence...
- Basin (/ˈsʌdbəri/), also known as Sudbury Structure or the Sudbury Nickel Irruptive, is a major geological structure in Ontario, Canada. It is the third-largest...
- Irruptive growth is a growth pattern over time, defined by a sudden rapid growth in the po****tion of an organism. Irruptive growth is studied in po****tion...
- mainly resident, but often irrupts south when its food source fails. These irruptions led in the twentieth century to the establishment of permanent breeding...
- is one of many subarctic-resident bird species that exhibit irruptive behavior. In irruption years, individuals can move long distances in search of suitable...
- Etymologically to the Ancient Language of the British People as Spoken Before the Irruption of the Danes and Saxons. S. Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington. p. 48...
- termed "true migration" because they are irregular (nomadism, invasions, irruptions) or in only one direction (dispersal, movement of young away from natal...
- irruptions at temperate latitudes are thought to be due to good breeding conditions resulting in more juvenile migrants. These result in irruptions occurring...
- Maccus mac Arailt (fl. 971–974) was a tenth-century King of the Isles. Although his parentage is uncertain, surviving evidence suggests that he was the...
- Section of fetal bone of cat. ir. Irruption of the subperiosteal tissue. p. Fibrous layer of the periosteum. o. Layer of osteoblasts. im. Subperiosteal...
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