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Prodigious convulsion of production, the grinding of mighty forces, the noise and rushings of winds—and what avails?
SHANDYGAFFCHRISTOPHER MORLEY
Strange rushings sounded among the fern, as if the wings of a demon brushed it as he travelled.
AFTER LONDONRICHARD JEFFERIES
The sea whispered round the island shores, but brought no news of the rushings to and fro of hostile fleets.
THE ISLAND MYSTERYGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
Instead there are endless writhings and rushings about, done with a deal of skill, but destructive of the last remnants of Ibsen.
THE ART OF THE MOVING PICTUREVACHEL LINDSAY
The wilds of the desert, and the rapid rushings of Jordan, are the only suitable setting for John the Baptists in all ages.
THE FOLLOWING OF THE STARFLORENCE L. BARCLAY
There were rushings and spoutings in the air—for they were in the Norris Geyser Basin.
YELLOWSTONE NIGHTSHERBERT QUICK
There come shrill cries of many voices from behind, and rushings that pass by and vanish.
SKETCHES AND STUDIES IN ITALY AND GREECEJOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS
But a perfect uproar was taking place, wild cries, and rushings to and fro.
JOHN AMES, NATIVE COMMISSIONERBERTRAM MITFORD
We're going to have a peaceful time, quite independent of Simla rushings.
FAR TO SEEKMAUD DIVER

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