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Then she drew a long sigh, and let the whole story pour forth in a mad rush of words.

It was a mad rush on Fairfax's part, little Gardiner held in his arms, pursued by Bella as a wolf.

Fairfax and His PrideMarie Van Vorst

Tillie, spilled from the sledge in the first mad rush of the team, came waddling up to Reivers and bowed down before him humbly.

The Snow-BurnerHenry Oyen

In the mad rush made by the always unpaid Turkish troops to secure this godsend, there were many casualties.

And every company in the Galaxy, be it monstrous huge or piddling small, made a mad rush to be first on the scene.

Conquest Over TimeMichael Shaara

Our own staunch hearths rocked under us, and we looked for the walls to fall in upon us, as every mad rush came plunging.

Cradock Nowell, Vol. 2 (of 3)Richard Doddridge Blackmore

There was a mad rush to get away and even old Captain Hisgins gave back with the butler and the footmen.

Carnacki, The Ghost FinderWilliam Hope Hodgson

Purses, wraps, costly furs were cast aside in that mad rush.

When the bell rang, Phil and Tom made a mad rush for the dining-room.

A Quarter-Back's PluckLester Chadwick

This is the price we pay for our mad rush after the things that do not matter.

Spirit and MusicH. Ernest Hunt

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