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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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He came to the surface, and the sweet air rushed into his open mouth.
ahy And on the subject of Rush's rivalry with England number nine Gary Lineker, Daily Post columnist Mark Lawrenson said "Rushie was better than Lineker because as well as being a fantastic goal scorer his work rate was phenomenal."
Writing and reporting on dreams was nothing new for Benjamin Rush. He was fascinated with this facet of human existence and spent time studying and lecturing on the topic.
Dusty Johnston, the current president of Ozarka, declined to comment on the facts of the case or the issues surrounding Rush's dismissal except to say, "It's my understanding that the process will continue" and that the possibility of a trial "does exist."
When I travel, everybody asks: 'When is Rush Hour 3?" Now I slowly understand American culture.
By "produce," we mean Rush has not only worked on revising the original script with the playwright and searched for a venue, but he has invested a huge amount of money he'd rather not disclose publicly in this theatrical venture.
Avoid the Christmas rush!" they tell us, but somehow, we never do.
Like all the Paper Retriever sites, the Mittal mill's Paper Retriever containers are weighed by a scale on the collection truck when Abitibi picks them up--about once every two weeks in the case of the Indiana Harbor mill, says Rush.
With New Mexico's lieutenant governor, Diane Denish, by her side, Rush helped cut the ribbon at the October 31 opening of RainbowVision Santa Fe, which bills itself as the first full-service, gay-oriented retirement housing development in the United States.
At Liberty High School we "Smoke" the defense with a variety of simple "screen" passes to counter the heavy rush or numerous defensive backs.
'I am used to the attention,' said Rush. 'It doesn't get much worse than in Auckland.
No one had to remind Rush that the new mayor was the son and namesake of the old Boss Daley; it was national news, confirmation of a political dynasty in the third-largest city in the United States.
Mickey Truck Bodies has partnered with Rush Enterprises as its authorized reconditioning and service center partner for customers in Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah.