Results for rush

Definitions of rush:

part of speech: noun

A plant with a round stem and no leaves, common in wet ground.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To move or press forward with haste; enter or do with undue haste or eagerness.

part of speech: verb transitive

To cause to move with speed; hurry; as, to rush a man off to his work; to make an attack on and occupy; as, to rush a fortiflcation.

part of speech: noun

A rushing or driving forward.

part of speech: verb

To tumble down with rapidity, as a stream; to move with force or violence; to enter with undue haste or eagerness.

part of speech: noun

A plant of many species growing on wet ground; anything worthless or of little value.

part of speech: noun

A driving forward with eagerness and haste; any of many plants growing on wet ground; anything worthless or of little value; colloquially, an extraordinary demand for activity and haste; as the Christmas rush in a store.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To move with a shaking, rustling noise, as the wind: to move forward violently: to enter rashly and hastily.

part of speech: noun

A violent motion or course; a driving forward with eagerness and haste.

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