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  • n. Plural form of gush.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gush.


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  • Coughlin gushes, praises team for checking 'egos at the door' - USATODAY. com

    Coughlin gushes, praises team for checking 'egos at the door'

  • Coughlin gushes, praises team for checking 'egos at the door'

    Coughlin gushes, praises team for checking 'egos at the door'

  • However a woman squealing as a geyser of thick creamy liquid gushes from a small orifice, well, what more can I say?

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  • From a mouth never empty, though he swallowed fast, came in short gushes the story of the strafing of the

    Our Casualty, and Other Stories 1918

  • She has just finished, and placed it in her dairy, a little bark-lined recess adjoining the house – and now, on hospitable thoughts intent, she has caught up her pail and is gone for water – in this we are most luxurious in New Brunswick, never keeping any quantity in the house, but using it bright and sparkling as it gushes from the spring.

    Sketches and Tales Illustrative of Life in the Backwoods of New Brunswick, North America

  • In the case of grammar and logic, the sign and the thing signified are always heterogenous and strangers to each other: with genius, on the contrary, the expression gushes forth spontaneously from the idea, the language and the thought are one and the same; so that even though the expression thus gives it a body the spirit appears as if disclosed in a nude state.

    Aesthetical Essays of Frederich Schiller

  • From this explanation of the doctrine that life moves not by a steady flow, but by what Sinnett calls gushes, it follows, of course, that there must come a time when each race, and each sub-race, must have finished its course, completed its destiny.

    The Bay State Monthly — Volume 1, No. 3, March, 1884

  • They remind us of the robin's winter song -- "Hark to him weeping," say the country folk, as they listen to the music which retains the sweetness but has lost what Wordsworth calls the gushes of the summer strains.


  • District antique emporium, Viracocha, is billed as a dance-theater remix, but as is common with such ventures, dance recedes into the background as soon as the spoken word gushes from the mouths of the five performers.

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  • You can access the results through the web and navigate a guide to your genes that estimates "[genetic] predisposition for more than 90 traits and conditions ranging from baldness to blindness." gushes, "in the past, only élite researchers had access to their genetic fingerprints, but now personal genotyping is available to anyone who orders the service online ..." Main RSS Feed


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