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outrush

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noun out·rush \ˈau̇t-ˌrəsh\

Definition of outrush

  1. :  an act or an instance of rushing out :  a rapid outflow … the outrush of people to the West was threatening to bring about the collapse of the East German state … — Neal Asherson an outrush of water from the pipe

1872

First Known Use of outrush

1872


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outrush

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verb out·rush \ˌau̇t-ˈrəsh\

Definition of outrush

American football

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to rush for more yards than (see 2rush 5a) His performance helped Florida outrush Georgia … 258 yards to 69 … — Jordan McPherson His offensive line has been shoddy and the running game around him a bust—the Browns have been outrushed this season, 730 yards to 411 yards. — Thomas George

1932

First Known Use of outrush

1932


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