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Adjective
Having an even surface with no roughness, bumps, or holes
“Any surface recesses around the disk were filled with a ceramic compound to provide a flush surface installation.”
Adjective
Having a healthy skin tone, especially one that is reddish in color
“Using a stain that's slightly darker than your natural lip color will give the impression that your lips are naturally flush and healthy.”
Adjective
Next, or adjacent to, or connected with (something else)
“Lay the two planks on the ground and place them flush with each other at your end.”
Adjective
Plentiful or abundant in quantity
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“Hie enemies' resources were depleted while his own supplies were flush.”
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Having wealth or money in abundance
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“In the good old days when her husband had been flush with money, Liz had shopped 'til she dropped.”
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Exhibiting healthy vigor or spirit
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“I woke up the next day feeling flush with energy and a burning desire to write.”
Adjective
Having only one color
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Marked by significant and positive growth
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Filled to maximum capacity
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Verb
To become or make pink or red
“Cynthia wanted to hide as she felt her cheeks flush in embarrassment and hot tears start to fill her eyes.”
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To wash something by rinsing or flooding with water
“One of the most important functions of water is to flush the toxins and salt from the body.”
Verb
To drive out from hiding or cover
“The remaining five members scattered about the house, ready to flush the criminals out.”
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To scare out from hiding or cover
“Mackereth used two hounds to flush the foxes out of the scrubby thickets.”
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Clean, polish thoroughly
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To free from breaks, curves, or bumps
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To stimulate or excite in a pleasurable way
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To refuse or be unwilling to accept or do something
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To strike (someone) so as to make them fall down
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To gush out in a sudden and forceful stream
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Overwhelm with a flood
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To cause an increase in temperature of an object or space
Noun
A reddening of the face or skin, typically caused by illness or strong emotion
“Lettie made no reply, but another glance in her direction confirmed that the flush in her cheeks had deepened.”
Noun
A sudden intense expression of a strong feeling
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“That simple statement brought a flush of pride and pleasure to Eva.”
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A period when something is new or particularly fresh and vigorous
“A young girl, who was in the flush of her youth, came running to take shelter under a tree opposite the hut.”
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A sudden rush or wave of a feeling or emotion
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The spectral composition of visible light, or a subset thereof
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A sudden flow or flood
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Rose color
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A state of frenzied or excited emotion or activity
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A thorough cleaning or inspection
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Stream
Adverb
Exactly in a place, especially the middle
Adverb
In a smooth way
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