Definition of break forth in English:

break forth

phrasal verb

  • Burst out suddenly; emerge:

    ‘having to control the chaos that might break forth’
    • ‘A hoarse yell broke forth from some of the celebrants, a sign that her words were taking effect.’
    • ‘At last their feelings became too strong and broke forth in weeping and wailing, tears and groans, intermingled with shouts of glory and praise from some of the people of God.’
    • ‘The tropical breeze sways the palms just as the sun breaks forth to start another spectacular day in paradise.’
    • ‘Philip's smile broke forth again, pleased and relieved.’
    • ‘Despite my effort, a sob broke forth from my lungs, and his eyes were suddenly upon me.’