Pronunciation of Flush
/flˈʌʃ/, /flˈʌʃ/, /f_l_ˈʌ_ʃ/
Synonyms for flush:
lurch, fever, flurry, royal flush, flushed, flicker, impulsion, roller towel, paper towel, whelm, tantrum, toilet paper, smack-dab, smooth, color up, toilet roll, seepage, red-faced, plentiful, deluge, ball cock, groundswell.
florid, flame, vortex, maelstrom, inundate, rubicund, squarely, ruddy, full house, engulf, sanguine, dealer, grand slam, full-blooded, torrent, tremor, twinge, exhilarate, turbulence, elate, complexion, eddy, rosy.
Other synonyms and related words:
fuddled, uplift, flood, bloom, color up, scour, fat, thrill, well-fixed, squarely, plane, wash, surge, color, blooming, rich, wealthy, run, mantle, even, well-to-do, affluent, royal flush, course, elate, moneyed, pair, exalt, flushed, rush, flow, rinse, elevate, crimson, gush, straight, glow, smooth, lift, opulent, loaded, replete.
overflowing, abundant (adjective)
Sense 1 (noun)
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Sense 8 (noun)
become or make pink or red (verb)
inundate with liquid (verb)
Usage examples for flush:
- The flush on her cheeks almost died out. - "Hoosier Mosaics", Maurice Thompson.
- He's the four- flush, loud kind. - "The U.P. Trail", Zane Grey.
- Then another voice replied, and it brought a flush to the cheek of the girl, a hint of trouble to her eyes. - "Cumner & South Sea Folk, Complete", Gilbert Parker.