gushingly gushingly


  • (adv) in a gushing manner


  1. Chavez gushingly admires and subsidizes Castro.
  2. On this visit, however, Scruggs was introduced so gushingly that even he was embarrassed.
  3. In Paris tender newshawks reported gushingly upon the infant and how it had just cut four milk teeth.


  • Hitting the musical sweet spot

    The gushingly romantic musical version of "The Bridges of Madison County," having its world premiere at the Williamstown Theatre Festival on the way to a Broadway debut in February, is a handsome, expensive and expertly crafted production. [...] Norman and Brown build their story so effectively that the viewer is swept along as Francesca — a native of Italy who has spent 18 years in Iowa with ...
    on August 8, 2013     Source: Albany Times Union


  • "It's a subject that's at risk," Colescott said in a Times interview in 1986, when a show of his work was at the Koplin Gallery in West Hollywood, now the Koplin del Rio Gallery in Culver City. "Unless you are gushingly positive or make them...
    on Jun 12, 2009 By: Robert Colescott Source: Los Angeles Times

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