flush[ fluhsh ]SEE DEFINITION OF flush
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLUSH
There the flush and bloom of newness were oppressive to the right-minded.
The fingers that held the petal tingled, and a flush rose in her cheek.
The flush of his own heavy meal kept his pallor from showing.
You are all in a flush, now, and have lain down this sheet and said aloud: 'What an idea!
"It is something about which I have not thought at all," said Gracie, her pretty face all in a flush.
I didn't understand at first; then a flush deepened upon my face.
He caught her laughing eye, and smiled, the flush subsiding.
Surely the sunset had shed a flush of life upon her whiteness.
He saw the bright delight of her face, and the flush that kindled in it, with a feeling of shame.
Yet, there was an air about him that was not all of pity—that had a flush of pride in it.