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Part of speech: adjective

Origin: Latin, origin date unknown


(Biology) bursting forth or through a surface.

Examples of Erumpent in a sentence

"The rising temperatures triggered the tulips’ erumpent activity."

"The blueberries were erumpent on the bushes."

About Erumpent

This word stems from the Latin “ērumpēns,” meaning “break forth.”

Did you Know?

The Erumpent was a large, magical beast featured in the “Harry Potter” book series. It looked like a rhinoceros and could repel most curses. The Erumpent’s horn contained a deadly fluid that, when injected, caused any object to explode, but it did not attack unprovoked.

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