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burst at the seams
to explode with pride or laughter, to be full to the breaking point
The train was bursting at the seams as it entered the station. I was bursting at the seams from laughter.
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  • burst in on (someone or something)
  • burst into flames
  • burst into tears
  • burst onto the scene
  • burst out
  • burst out crying/laughing/singing
  • burst with joy
  • burst with pride
  • bury one`s head in the sand
  • bury the hatchet
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  • before long
  • layaway plan
  • get into (somewhere)
  • party's over
  • at ease
  • measure up to (someone or something)
  • to the tune of (an amount of money)
  • take off after (someone or something)
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