gush

  • 1 gush — gush·er; gush·et; gush·i·ly; gush·i·ness; gush·ing·ly; in·gush; sya·gush; gush; …

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  • 2 Gush — Pays d’origine   …

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  • 3 Gush — was a free cross platform instant messaging client supporting the Jabber protocol. Gush used Adobe Flash as its programming framework. It was designed to emulate a desktop interface and, besides its traditional instant messaging functionality,… …

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  • 4 gush´i|ly — gush|y «GUHSH ee», adjective, gush|i|er, gush|i|est. showing too much silly feeling; effusive; sentimental. –gush´i|ly, adverb. – …

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  • 5 gush|y — «GUHSH ee», adjective, gush|i|er, gush|i|est. showing too much silly feeling; effusive; sentimental. –gush´i|ly, adverb. – …

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  • 6 Gush — Gush, v. t. 1. A sudden and violent issue of a fluid from an inclosed plase; an emission of a liquid in a large quantity, and with force; the fluid thus emitted; a rapid outpouring of anything; as, a gush of song from a bird. [1913 Webster] The… …

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  • 7 gush — [n] outpouring burst, cascade, flood, flow, flush, issue, jet, run, rush, spate, spout, spring, spurt, stream, surge; concepts 467,687 gush [v1] pour out burst, cascade, emanate, emerge, flood, flow, flush, issue, jet, pour, roll, run, rush,… …

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  • 8 gush — [gush] vi. [ME guschen, prob. akin to ON gjosa, to gush & gustr, GUST1] 1. to flow out suddenly and plentifully; pour out; spout 2. to have a sudden, plentiful flow of blood, tears, etc. 3. to express oneself with exaggerated enthusiasm or… …

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  • 9 Gush — (g[u^]sh), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Gushed} (g[u^]sht); p. pr. & vb. n. {Gushing}.] [OE. guschen, cf. Icel. gusa and gjsa, also D. gucsen; perh. akin to AS. ge[ o]tan to pour, G. giessen, Goth. giutan, E. gut. Cf. {Found} to cast.] [1913 Webster] 1.… …

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  • 10 gush — (v.) 12c., gosshien make noises in the stomach, later (c.1400) rush out suddenly, pour out, probably formed onomatopoeically in English under influence of O.N. gusa to gush, spurt, related to geyser. Metaphoric sense of speak in an effusive… …

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  • 11 gush — index emit, exude, issuance, outburst, outflow Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 12 gush — vb *pour, stream, sluice Analogous words: flow, stream, flood (see corresponding nouns at FLOW): *spring, issue, emanate …

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  • 13 gush — ► VERB 1) send out or flow in a rapid and plentiful stream. 2) speak or write effusively. ► NOUN 1) a rapid and plentiful stream. 2) effusiveness. DERIVATIVES gushing adjective …

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  • 14 gush|er — «GUHSH uhr», noun. 1. an oil well that gives oil in great quantities without pumping. 2. Informal, Figurative. a gushy person …

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  • 15 gush — [[t]gʌ̱ʃ[/t]] gushes, gushing, gushed 1) V ERG When liquid gushes out of something, or when something gushes a liquid, the liquid flows out very quickly and in large quantities. [V adv/prep] Piping hot water gushed out... [V n] A supertanker… …

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  • 16 gush — gush1 [gʌʃ] v [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: Probably from the sound] 1.) a) [I always + adverb/preposition] if a liquid gushes, it flows or pours out quickly and in large quantities = ↑spurt gush out/from/down etc ▪ Water gushed from the broken pipe …

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  • 17 gush — I UK [ɡʌʃ] / US verb [intransitive] Word forms gush : present tense I/you/we/they gush he/she/it gushes present participle gushing past tense gushed past participle gushed 1) if a liquid gushes, it flows quickly and in large quantities Oil began… …

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  • 18 gush — gush1 [ gʌʃ ] verb intransitive 1. ) if a liquid gushes, it flows quickly and in large quantities: Oil began to gush out of the broken pipe. 2. ) to express admiration or pleasure with so much enthusiasm that people think you are not sincere:… …

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  • 19 gush — 1 verb 1 (intransitive always + adv/prep) if a liquid gushes from something, such as a hole or cut, it comes out in large quantities (+ out/from/down etc): The blood began to gush out, red and frightening. | oil gushing from the broken pipe 2 (T) …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 20 Gush — Recorded as Gaish, Gash, Gashe, Gasche, Gish, Goosh, Gosh, Gush, Wace, Waison, Wash, Wass and others, this is an English surname. It is however of pre 7th century Old French origins, and derives from the early personal name Gace, itself from an… …

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