Thesaurus / rushes

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The breeze which blows from England slackens nothing ere it reaches those fields where the wild flowers and the rushes bloom.

The smaller the fraction which rushes, the greater the number of rifles which continue to fire upon the enemy.

They build a substantial nest of reeds and rushes woven about the upright canes, close to the surface of the water.

The Bird BookChester A. Reed

Then, through the blazing doorway, the great form of Nick Westley rushes headlong, shouting as he comes.

In the Brooding WildRidgwell Cullum

Thou shalt sprinkle the right hip; then the Drug Nasu rushes upon the left hip.

The rushes nod and glisten around us; the bending reeds whisper as we push between them, cutting across a point.

Days OffHenry Van Dyke

The price was to include the erection, at one end of the boat, of a snug cover of rushes for his use.

On being hooked it rushes off with violence, frequently leaping out of the water.

After he had left, Gervaise looked with some disgust at the rushes, that had evidently been for weeks unchanged.

Most of these were taken from little vaults of adobes, roofed with sticks and rushes.

The Ceramic ArtJennie J. Young

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