rush[ ruhsh ]SEE DEFINITION OF rush
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUSH
She had feared he might rush his proposal through that night; he had been so much in earnest.
There was a rush and faint roar of the flame up the chimney as the cardboard burned.
You'd go out, when I was sound asleep, and tell them when they could rush me.
From morning until night, rush'd down the clanking guillotine.
Once there was a waver in the line, such as precedes a rush.
A rush of new strength and courage went from heart to brain.
A rush of joy thrilled through George as he heard the words.
His faith in himself was coming back—not strongly, with a rush, but with all humility.
I am sick in my soul of narrow apartments and wheels and the rush and roar of the city.
One felt tempted to brace oneself for the rush that was to come.