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used in Black: The Birth of Evil

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to burst, break, or tear; or the resultant damage — can also be non-physical as in damaging a relationship or logical argument
  • His aspirations to write novels had finally ruptured the line between fantasy and reality with these two empty eye sockets staring at him from the red brick.
    Chapter 1 (9% in)
  • Think of a virus like a tiny robot that hijacks its host cell and modifies its DNA, usually in a way that ends with the rupturing of that cell.
    Chapter 18 (69% in)
  • Thomas had rolled up onto the bed after his kick and now stood by the ruptured pillow, facing the attacker in a familiar ready stance.
    Chapter 21 (15% in)

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