Definition of erumpent in English:

erumpent

Syllabification: e·rum·pent
Pronunciation: /iˈrəmpənt
 
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adjective

Biology
Bursting forth or through a surface: perithecia separately or collectively erumpent figurative a spectacle of erumpent patriotism
More example sentences
  • An erumpent sun bellowed shouts of buttery light over the eastern flank, waking the entire valley with its aureate noise.

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