Definition of Spurt
activity, effort, speed, size, movement or emotion suddenly increasing
coming out of something quickly and suddenly
Use Spurt in a sentence
Do they look unnaturally large, as if they’ve undergone a sudden growth spurt?
Official data show a spurt in crimes against women in India.
This is a cloud burst, a sudden spurt of rainfall which often causes flash floods.
Her basketball career, which began in the ninth grade, coincided perfectly with a seven-inch growth spurt in high school.
Puberty is the second big growth spurt in a child’s life, with the largest height gains between ages nine and eleven.
There was a brief spurt of panic in his eyes that Janus enjoyed.
A spurt of laughter flew from between Stella’s lips.
Her bullet created a flesh wound that sent a spurt of blood onto the bedspread.
White House has received a spurt of interview requests.
The first spurt of urban growth occurred in the 1950s and’ 60s in the State.
Dallas went on an 11-2 spurt early in the second quarter capped by Nowitzki’s 14-foot bank shot.
But Orlando quickly responded with an 8-2 spurt, capped by consecutive 3-pointers by Anderson and Richardson, to make it 97-82.