from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A gushing or rushing out; an outflow.
  • To rush or issue out rapidly or forcibly.

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

  • intransitive verb To rush out; to issue, or run out, forcibly.

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

  • verb intransitive To rush outward; to issue forcibly.
  • verb American football, transitive To rush more than the other team.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

out- +‎ rush


  • Smith helped Wisconsin outrush Illinois, 307-64, while Sorgi completed 7-of-12 passes for 131 yards.

  • Smith helped Wisconsin outrush Illinois, 307-64, while Sorgi completed 7-of-12 passes for 131 yards.

  • But when he took her in his arms at the door and kissed her good night in tender lover-fashion, she forgot everything in the outrush of her own love to him.

    Chapter 24

  • Yet when they met in San Francisco in November, a game Bradshaw missed through injury, the Giants became one of only three teams to outrush the 49ers this season and the only one to do it at Candlestick Park.

    Jacobs Eager to Prove He's Not Soft

  • Thursday night the panic outrush for the country began.

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  • Just as nations across the developing world are managing to lure their scattered expatriates back home to fuel recovering economies and join vibrant democracies, the outrush of Venezuelan brainpower is gutting universities and think tanks, crippling industries, and hastening the economic disarray that threatens to destroy one of the richest countries in the hemisphere.

    Brain Drain

  • He scored on runs of 1, 2 and 33 yards in surpassing 200 yards rushing for the second time this season, and helped Mississippi State outrush Ole Miss 304-31. - Scores

  • The throbbing in my ears grew louder, and then I remarked that the piping note of the outrush had ceased.

    First Men in the Moon

  • The departure bell chimed as the gondola approached, and the doors opened with a hissing outrush of air once the gondola was safely docked.

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  • There had been one sound, only one: the slow outrush of air, like a languorous sigh.

    Dance Of Death


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