break out (v.) Old form(s): breake
rush out, come out
KJ IV.ii.101[Pembroke to King John, of Arthur's death] this will break out / To all our sorrows
KJ V.vi.24[Hubert to Bastard, of King John's illness] I ... broke out / To acquaint you with this evil
TC V.ii.52.1[Ulysses to Troilus] You will break out [also: yield to anger]
TNK III.v.19[Schoolmaster to all, of the Duke] then do you ... / Break comely out before him
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