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NGSL Rank: 1696
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  • move with urgent haste.
    E.g. Oliver rushed after her
  • dash towards (someone or something) in an attempt to attack or capture.
    E.g. to rush the bank and fire willy-nilly could be disastrous for everyone
  • entertain (a new student) in order to assess suitability for membership of a college fraternity or sorority.
  • make (a customer) pay a particular amount, especially an excessive one.
    E.g. how much did they rush you for this heap?
  • a sudden quick movement towards something, typically by a number of people.
    E.g. there was a rush for the door
  • an act of advancing forward, especially towards the quarterback.
  • the first prints made of a film after a period of shooting.
    E.g. after the shoot the agency team will see the rushes
  • an erect, tufted marsh or waterside plant resembling a sedge or grass, with inconspicuous greenish or brownish flowers. Widely distributed in temperate areas, some kinds are used for matting, chair seats, and baskets.
  • a thing of no value (used for emphasis).
    E.g. not one of them is worth a rush

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