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Adjective
Excessive in praise or flattery
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“At about the same time, I will be in another plane, bragging about you to my poor seatmates, who will soon put on their headsets, having had enough of a mother's gushing pride.”
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Gushing forth in profuse amounts or quantities
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Tending to flow freely, such as of a liquid
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Abounding in words or containing more words than necessary
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Inclined to sob
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Done to excess
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Given to open displays of emotion
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Gurgling
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Full of heartfelt emotion
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Loudly cheerful, enthusiastic or approbatory
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Moving or flowing outwards with an undulating motion
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Complete and without holding back any doubts
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The excess use of words, especially using more than are needed for clarity or precision
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A strong and fast-moving stream or body of water or other liquid
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A gurgling sound
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A sudden occurrence of something unwelcome, such as war or disease
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A large amount of money, liquid, or people that moves or is transferred out of a place
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Senseless or incoherent talk
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Verb
Present participle for to gush out in a sudden and forceful stream
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“In the space of about half a mile, countless streams of water gush out from the canyon wall.”
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Present participle for to wash or bubble over something
“Lying in a hammock listening to the stream gush by was certainly relaxing.”
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Present participle for to speak or write effusively or with exaggerated enthusiasm
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“Meanwhile, the cast and crew alike positively gush with praise for one another's performances and work.”
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Present participle for to talk or chatter at length, typically on trivial subjects
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Present participle for to move or proceed with a given movement or momentum
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Present participle for to give a sentimental feel to
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Present participle for to emanate a feeling or quality through one's expression or bearing
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Present participle for to say something, typically suddenly or without thinking
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Present participle for flatter
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Present participle for to have its source
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Present participle for to flood with great quantities of water or a liquid
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