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Synonyms for rush

Synonyms for rush

Synonyms for rush

the act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner

a sudden forceful flow

physician and American Revolutionary leader

the swift release of a store of affective force

a sudden burst of activity

(American football) an attempt to advance the ball by running into the line

attack suddenly

urge to an unnatural speed

act or move at high speed

run with the ball, in football

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cause to move fast or to rush or race

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cause to occur rapidly

not accepting reservations

done under pressure

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Rush selected Cigna because of the wide range of capabilities and services they provide -- which allows us to build a medical plan that attracts and retains top talent -- as well as their philosophy related to outcomes-based care management, said Brent J.
The Q receives the snap and proceeds to drop quickly, looking at receivers downfield, encouraging a heavy rush (the Q must remain calm during this rush).
Rush recounted that Gorbachev had asked former Secretary of State James Baker for an introduction.
now establishes that Rush Hour is indeed a formidable puzzle.
And then in 1988 he moved to New York City where he became the most famous political commentator in America: Rush Limbaugh.
Cafe Tabac, one of Manhattan's trendier restaurants has standing-room-only on a hectic Friday night, but Rush Communications CEO Russell Simmons has no trouble securing a prime table in the middle of the room.
It is possible to dictate to the receiving team how many people they can rush, and to hamper an opponent's ability to set a formal return.