rush out

Definition of rush out

  1. :  to produce (something) very quickly We had to rush the manuscript out so that it could be copied. Reporters rushed out the story for the morning edition of the newspaper.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  any of various monocotyledonous often tufted marsh plants (as of the genera Juncus and Luzula of the family Juncaceae, the rush family) with cylindrical often hollow stems which are used in bottoming chairs and plaiting mats

  1. :  to move forward, progress, or act with haste or eagerness or without preparation

    :  to advance a football by running plays

    :  to push or impel on or forward with speed, impetuosity, or violence

  1. :  a violent forward motion

    :  attack, onset

    :  a surging of emotion

  1. :  requiring or marked by special speed or urgency

  1. :  in a direction away from the inside or center

    :  outside

    :  from among others

  1. :  eject, oust

    :  to identify publicly as being such secretly

    :  to identify as being a closet homosexual

  1. : used as a function word to indicate an outward movement

  1. :  situated outside :  external

    :  out-of-bounds

    :  situated at a distance :  outlying

  1. :  outside

    :  one who is out of office or power or on the outside

    :  an act or instance of putting a player out or of being put out in baseball

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to cast off or become cast off

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