Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Gushes of wind and rain wet and chilled me through and through.

She gushes over me so, simply because I am Malcolm's cousin.

The pure water which gushes from a spring on the hillsides, who can trace?

Reserved men like gushing girls, so she gushes and says "Oh my!"

Speaking of sentiment, it gushes up on every page, and streams from every line.

The wife isn't all there, she does her hair like a flapper and gushes extremely.

It gushes from the rill, as it breaks from the deep caverns of the Earth.

"Then she shall not have the honor of lending you a candle," said Zoe, with one of her gushes.

Not that he gushes; but one knows, somehow, what he is feeling.

Travel up to the headwaters, where the great pure fountain is, that gushes out abundant and inexhaustible.