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  • v. Present participle of outrush.


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  • But what about the inrushing permanent underclass from the south, and the outrushing middle class, headed inland away from the high taxes, racial tension, and cultural chaos?

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  • The tower became its throat, and its outrushing roar a song of twining winds.


  • They fell behind 24-0 in the first meeting, and the Patriots held on to win by outrushing the Jets 147-51.

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  • Darkly, I imagine a weird tidal flow of children -- an outrushing of superachievers, misfits and wounded souls, followed by an influx of other kids who get sculpted into obedient followers of warring creeds by government-funded religious institutions.

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  • The Longhorns, who finished with 259 yards on 46 rushes, improved to 50-0 when outrushing their opponent under coach Mack

  • Walter finished with just 124 yards, completing only 16-of-40 pass attempts, but the Sun Devils were able to make up for that by outrushing Oregon State, 125 to minus-19.

  • The Razorbacks (2-0) enjoyed a huge advantage on the ground, outrushing the Longhorns, 265-62, and quarterback Matt Jones delivered the knockout punch with a 60-yard bootleg on 3rd-and-1 from the Razorbacks 39.

  • Pittsburgh ultimately wore down the Hokies, outrushing them,

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  • The Buffaloes improved to 57-2 since 1993 when outrushing their opponent, including a 23-0 mark in the Big 12.

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  • Featuring the nation's top backfield duo, Virginia Tech dominated on the ground, outrushing Rutgers by a margin of 342 to minus-7.

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