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noun as in attack

verb as in charge, attack

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As you say, Neil, the Washington pass rush can be a problem generally.

Most vaccines take at least five years to go through clinical trials, and there have been questions around whether Covid-19 vaccines are being “rushed through.”

I found that creating time and space on Friday mornings makes me more present in those discussions, rather than squeezing people in during the rush of the week.

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She was rushed to Howard University Hospital where she was pronounced dead the next day.

They’re the same reason why some venture capitalists aren’t rushing to be a part of the cannabis high.

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There is the smell here of an indecent rush for scapegoats, even before we know what really caused this crash.

In a show about single women, Sex and The City was always in a rush to get to the altar—and with a man there waiting.

He headed west in 1860 for health reasons and to join the gold rush in Colorado.

And it might not only be in Britain that politicians rush to legislate.

No more than three minutes later, a handful of policemen rush in and tell us to get out of the store.

Thus he continued to rush over the frozen sea during a considerable part of that night.

And as he said those words he made a quick rush toward Mr. Meadow Mouse.

They are faced by a horrid redoubt held by machine guns, and they are to rush it with the bayonet.

When he assails a calf, the cow will rush upon him, and one toss from her horns is sufficient to kill him.

When they shall rush in unto Jacob, Israel shall blossom and bud, and they shall fill the face of the world with seed.


On this page you'll find 240 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rush, such as: blitz, dash, flood, flow, scramble, and stream.

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