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by Vinay Kumar

Breakout is defined as “the sudden appearance of a new idea that everyone has been waiting for.” So, when I was asked to name my top three favorite synonyms for breakout, I thought it would be “break out”, “break through”, and “break out of”. All three have their own special place in my heart and mind.

Breakout was released in 1997, so it’s not like it’s been around for a very long time. So I’ve always been a big fan of the term, so I was surprised when I heard it listed as one of the five most popular words in the English language. Like most people who are into synonyms, I’ve always identified with the term “break” as in the first word of a sentence or sentence phrase.

Breakout is in my top five words because it is such a powerful word for a reason. It is not just a synonym, it is also the name of a book. The book is Breakout by David Foster Wallace. Its very title is the first line of that book. So it has that same power as breaking itself.

Breakout is an amazing word, so it’s very powerful. It has to do with the power of a person to break the very thing they have to do to stop them from doing it. Breakout is a word that has been in use since the beginning of English-speaking cultures in the Middle Ages. Breaking it has been around for over a thousand years and is still a powerful word in the English language.

I was pretty much expecting the title to change.

The title “Breakout” is only the first line of the book Breakout. It’s not a word that I was expecting to see on the screen, so I wasn’t really expecting a synonym. However it does fit just right into the title. It’s one of those things you just know is going to be awesome.

I was expecting it to be another word for “break out of” but it has nothing to do with that. It’s just a word that means “break out” and is used to describe how a person breaks free of constraints, like when a person breaks out of prison.

Breakout, or “break out of” as it’s called in the book is used in the main series of books to describe the final act of a story. In the main series, the main character takes the ultimate actions, before the story ends. In this game, the main character, Colt Vahn, takes a final action, before the story ends.

In the main series, the character, Colt Vahn, is locked up on death row for the murder of a group of Visionaries. In this game, he breaks free. Or else.

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