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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgushgush1 /ɡʌʃ/ verb  1 a) [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]MILIQUID if a liquid gushes, it flows or pours out quickly and in large quantities syn spurtgush out/from/down etc Water gushed from the broken pipe. He opened the door and smoke gushed out. b) [transitive] if something gushes a liquid, the liquid pours out quickly and in large quantities syn spurt The wound gushed blood.2 [intransitive, transitive]PRETEND to express your praise, pleasure etc in a way that other people think is too strong ‘I simply loved your book, ’ she gushed.3 (also gush out) [intransitive]EMOTIONAL if words or emotions gush out, you suddenly express them very strongly All that pent-up frustration gushed out in a torrent of abuse.→ See Verb table
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gush"I just love your outfit, " she gushed.Matters were complicated by Yorick's style: his consciousness did more than stream; it gushed.His mouth flew open and out gushed a yellow liquid.The knife wound was gushing blood.A pipe burst in one of the apartments above, and water gushed down.He grimaced, as hot tears gushed from his eyes.Oil gushed from the hole in the ship's hull.As a torrent gushed inside, it knocked out much of her electrical system.Oil gushed out and swirled around his feet.A couple of hundred yards downstream it gushes out below a ceremonial arch into the Brigach.When tapped, they can gush year round without a pump.gush out/from/down etcThe spring that gushes from a cleft mountain is the Goddess's blood.Oil gushed out and swirled around his feet.A couple of hundred yards downstream it gushes out below a ceremonial arch into the Brigach.He grimaced, as hot tears gushed from his eyes.A second after I gave him that answer, I felt a flood of hot, salty tears gush down my cheeks.Blinding E.-like light gushes out of the first crack.We redoubled our efforts to control the flood of water that gushes down our field from the mountains behind.