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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "rush" in a sentence

    rush example sentences

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    1. Earning for our food, rushing to work by various modes of transport, waiting in queues, communication using modern means, social responsibilities, all have been added to the man who was originally created to deal with only nature


    2. ’ He said rushing into the room and stopping dead


    3. And suddenly there came a sound from heaven, as of a rushing


    4. ’ He replied, turning on his heel and rushing out of the room


    5. He could barely hear it over the rushing sound in his ears, inside his head


    6. " Tig’s head swam a little hearing that and the sound in his ears, the rushing waves came back


    7. The walls of the interstellar transit tore away everywhere, seemingly rushing at the still open terminus of the transit in a fiery wave


    8. I think that it is entirely possible that what we have at the moment could develop into something permanent, but we could do damage by rushing into it merely because of this baby


    9. ’ Joris interrupted, rushing to greet his hostess as she comes into the room


    10. The local people bustle about, the women – as women anywhere, obviously shopping while herding small children and the men either busily rushing around or lounging staring into space – I watch as a woman with two children makes desperate attempts to stop the elder of the two under her care from pinching some fruit from a stall … the little devil waits until she is occupied in conversation with the stall owner before sneakily nicking an apple and ramming it into his pocket


















































































    1. There had been a time in his life when he wanted Tdeshi, when he wanted the nonstop party, the headlong rush


    2. In the mad rush of things we have built a culture of ‘instant’


    3. “I don’t want to rush a diagnosis, Christopher


    4. The rush of it all was utterly


    5. The rush to the airport had been a waste of time


    6. Plunk: He lands on the ground two stories below as John and all the class rush to the window to see what has happened


    7. He spills a quantity of soggy wallpaper on the floor as his grip on the bags slips; together, Liz and I rush over to take some of his burden from him


    8. ‘Why Winnie the Pooh?’ he asked as we rush to the other side of the bridge


    9. The nicotine rush faded almost as quickly as it had hit me, leaving me feeling slightly nauseous but suddenly very aware of something new and wonderful


    10. In my rush to get to it before it stops, starkers except for a towel round my hair, I nearly trip up on the bath mat


















































































    1. We rushed back as fast as we could


    2. Johnny rushed into his room, shoving the door closed behind him


    3. My dad was always active in the village I grew up in and I spent a lot of my younger years shadowing him as he took tickets at various gates or rushed around using me as a ‘gofer’ … thank goodness I wasn’t a shy child, that would have been hell!


    4. Blood rushed to his throat, visions of Elissa as she was the afternoon before she disappeared flashed through his mind


    5. So he rushed


    6. The dream slipstream rushed across my face, sucking the air out of my lungs


    7. The simple fact that there was no tray, that I was rushed through my ablutions, that I was made to change out of my underground clothes into a new pair of jeans and a clean, white shirt, all of these became portents


    8. rushed behind him, stabbed him in the back through his chest, pulled him


    9. children had already rushed out with Shibani to catch a


    10. Flushed and rushed along with the thrill of it all


















































































    1. I shake my head as he rushes into his study … oh Stephen, Stephen, you do wear your heart on your sleeve! Chuckling, I take myself out of earshot … it would be far too tempting to listen in and Stephen didn’t close the study door properly


    2. He rushes off to open the door while Liz and I stand in the kitchen looking at each other


    3. The bedroom door bursts open and, by the light spilling in from the sitting room, Stephen rushes in, his hair all awry, wearing his dressing gown


    4. Adrian immediately rushes off to help her while Stephen pours white wine into the glasses


    5. At that moment Mrs Stavrakis rushes into my office


    6. A distraught woman then rushes down the main aisle, towards me


    7. Gilla starts as though shaken by the reference to our relationship, but rushes off to do her bidding


    8. (KELLY rushes into the bedroom


    9. (SAMANTHA rushes to a chest of drawer and pulls out a pile of her dresses


    10. and the sound of a city rushes by


















































































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    Synonyms for "rush"

    haste hurry rush rushing spate surge upsurge bang boot charge flush kick thrill benjamin rush festinate hasten look sharp induce stimulate belt along bucket along cannonball along hie hotfoot pelt along race rush along speed step on it rushed first-come-first-serve reeds fibre dash bolt run boil attack overcome thrash whip

    "rush" definitions

    the act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner


    a sudden forceful flow


    grasslike plants growing in wet places and having cylindrical often hollow stems


    physician and American Revolutionary leader; signer of the Declaration of Independence (1745-1813)


    the swift release of a store of affective force


    a sudden burst of activity


    (American football) an attempt to advance the ball by running into the line


    move hurridly


    attack suddenly


    urge to an unnatural speed


    act or move at high speed


    run with the ball, in football


    cause to move fast or to rush or race


    cause to occur rapidly


    not accepting reservations


    done under pressure