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aspirate in phonetics, to pronounce (a speech sound) with an audible release or rush of air, as the "h" in "helium" or the "p" in "pickle". [2/5 definitions]
avalanche the sudden rush of a large quantity of snow, ice, or rocks down a mountain. [1/4 definitions]
burst a sudden motion, occurrence, or expression; outbreak; rush. [1/8 definitions]
career to run or move swiftly or wildly; rush. [1/5 definitions]
cataract a heavy rush of water, such as a downpour or flood. [1/3 definitions]
charge to rush against, as in an attack. [2/22 definitions]
chase1 to move hurriedly; rush. [1/9 definitions]
dash to move swiftly; run rapidly; rush. [1/12 definitions]
equisetum a seedless, flowerless plant; horsetail or scouring rush.
forty-niner one who joined the California gold rush in 1849.
fricative in phonetics, pronounced with a rush of air through a narrow slit or passage formed within the mouth. [1/2 definitions]
gold rush a sudden, hasty rush of people to an area where gold has been recently discovered.
gust a sudden rush or blast of wind. [1/3 definitions]
impetuosity an impetuous act or rush of feeling. [1/2 definitions]
rage to move or rush ahead furiously or violently. [1/8 definitions]
rushlight a candle whose wick is a dried, partly peeled rush dipped in grease.
sally a sudden forward attack or rush from a defensive position by a military force. [2/7 definitions]
spate a sudden rush, outpouring, or flood. [1/2 definitions]
spill1 to spread out in a rush or beyond some boundary. [1/9 definitions]
spring tide a great and abundant rush; flood. [1/2 definitions]
spurt to rush or squirt out suddenly and forcefully, as liquid, steam, or the like; spout. [2/5 definitions]