Meaning of irruptive in English:



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‘Such a temporal event is something irruptive and unpredictable, both in its causes and effects.’
  • ‘The rest of their career - thirteen years! - played out in the shadow of its irruptive beginning.’
  • ‘Snowy Owls are migratory, nomadic, and irruptive.’
  • ‘Their inconspicuous nature, relatively small numbers, and irruptive behavior make it difficult to monitor the population.’
  • ‘Restoration wishes to limit irruptive, aggressive, and disruptive species.’