Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a flushed or blushing state; aglow; ablush.
  • On a level; in the same plane: as, aflush with the sea.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb On a level.
  • adverb In a flushed or blushing state.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective flushed, blushing

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Examples

  • Everyone's all aflush with talk of Sarah Palin's invocation of "blood libel," so this section of her prepared statement probably isn't getting the attention it deserves:

    Sarah Palin Refudiates Sarah Palin

  • Everyone's all aflush with talk of Sarah Palin's invocation of "blood libel," so this section of her prepared statement probably isn't getting the attention it...

    Sarah Palin Refudiates Sarah Palin

  • Everyone's all aflush with talk of Sarah Palin's invocation of "blood libel," so this section of her prepared statement probably isn't getting the attention it deserves:

    Sarah Palin Refudiates Sarah Palin

  • Everyone s all aflush with talk of Sarah Palin s invocation of blood libel, so this section of her prepared statement probably isn t getting the attention it...

    Sarah Palin Refudiates Sarah Palin

  • Everyone s all aflush with talk of Sarah Palin s invocation of blood libel, so this section of her prepared statement probably isn t getting the attention it...

    Sarah Palin Refudiates Sarah Palin

  • Everyone's all aflush with talk of Sarah Palin's invocation of "blood libel," so this section of her prepared statement probably isn't getting the attention it deserves:

    Sarah Palin Refudiates Sarah Palin

  • They play in the English Premier League, which is aflush with cash from TV deals and billionaire team owners from Russia, the U.S. and Thailand.

    Euro '08: The Joy of Neutrality

  • All aflush with offence, Lubov tossed her head nervously, and flinging her work aside, cast a glance at her father; and, taking up the socks again, she bent her head still lower over them.

    The Man Who Was Afraid

  • All aflush, she looked at him so angrily and spoke with so much spitefulness, that in his astonishment he did not even feel offended by her.

    The Man Who Was Afraid

  • The first showy splendour of sunset had passed; but the upper sky was still aflush with colour.

    Australia Felix

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