flush

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈflʌʃ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/flʌʃ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(flush)

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flush

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [red, pink] flush
  2. a [bright, vivid, soft] (red) flush
  3. a flush [rose, appeared] on her cheeks
  4. a flush of [embarrassment, anger, shame, excitement]
  5. a flush brought on by [the heat, excitement]
  6. brought a flush to his [skin, face, forehead]
  7. felt a flush of [joy, anger]
  8. a (great) flush of [resources, spending, attention]
  9. UK: the flush is [jammed, stuck, broken]
  10. UK: (don't forget to) [use, pull, press] the flush
  11. the flush of the [water, tide]
  12. cards: [won with, lost with, had, drew] a flush
v
  1. flush the toilet
  2. flush [when you're done, before leaving]
  3. the toilet [won't, wouldn't] flush
  4. flush (all) the toxins [from your system, out of your body]
  5. flush [it] down the [toilet, drain]
  6. flushed into the sewer
  7. flush it away
  8. flushed [bright red, pink, crimson, scarlet]
  9. his [face, cheeks] flushed
  10. flushed with [embarrassment, anger]
  11. flushed out the [killer, enemy, criminal] (from hiding)
adj
  1. is flush with the [wall, table, floor]
  2. [put, place] it flush to the [wall]
  3. flush against the [edge, bookcase, wall]
  4. are flush together
  5. am flush with cash right now
  6. is flush after winning [at the races, the lottery]
  7. is flush with [funds, cash, money]
  8. his skin went flush [when, from]
  9. your eyes are flush
n as adj
  1. has a (royal) flush draw
  2. a flush toilet
additional examples
  1. has a (royal) flush draw
  2. a flush toilet
  3. a [red, pink] flush
  4. a [bright, vivid, soft] (red) flush
  5. a flush [rose, appeared] on her cheeks
  6. a flush of [embarrassment, anger, shame, excitement]
  7. a flush brought on by [the heat, excitement]
  8. brought a flush to his [skin, face, forehead]
  9. felt a flush of [joy, anger]
  10. a (great) flush of [resources, spending, attention]
  11. UK: the flush is [jammed, stuck, broken]
  12. UK: (don't forget to) [use, pull, press] the flush
  13. the flush of the [water, tide]
  14. cards: [won with, lost with, had, drew] a flush
  15. flush the toilet
  16. flush [when you're done, before leaving]
  17. the toilet [won't, wouldn't] flush
  18. flush (all) the toxins [from your system, out of your body]
  19. flush [it] down the [toilet, drain]
  20. flushed into the sewer
  21. flush it away
  22. flushed [bright red, pink, crimson, scarlet]
  23. his [face, cheeks] flushed
  24. flushed with [embarrassment, anger]
  25. flushed out the [killer, enemy, criminal] (from hiding)
  26. is flush with the [wall, table, floor]
  27. [put, place] it flush to the [wall]
  28. flush against the [edge, bookcase, wall]
  29. are flush together
  30. am flush with cash right now
  31. is flush after winning [at the races, the lottery]
  32. is flush with [funds, cash, money]
  33. his skin went flush [when, from]
  34. your eyes are flush
  35. hit him flush on the [jaw, chin, nose]
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