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awake to come out of sleep; wake up. [1/5 definitions]
burst to arrive or come out suddenly. [1/7 definitions]
hamster a very small mammal with a round body, short tail, and large pouches in its cheeks. Hamsters are rodents that live in burrows and come out at night to find food. They are often kept as pets or used in scientific experiments. Different kinds of wild hamsters live in Europe, Africa, and Asia.
hatch1 to come out of an egg; to be born from an egg. [1/4 definitions]
knothole a hole in a piece of lumber from which a knot has come out.
locust an insect that is a type of cicada. These insects spend many years living in the ground as larvae and then come out of the ground in large groups and become adults. [1/3 definitions]
magazine a printed collection of stories, pictures, articles, and advertisements. Magazines come out weekly, monthly, or at some other regular period of time. [1/2 definitions]
newspaper a publication made of several large sheets of folded paper printed with news, opinions, advertisements, and other information. Most newspapers come out either every day or once a week.
radiate to come out in the form of rays or waves. [1/4 definitions]
spray1 to come out in a spray. [1/6 definitions]
wake1 to come out of sleep (often followed by "up"). [1/3 definitions]