inrush inrush


  • (n) an inflow



  1. What happens between is shown in the arrival of the cattle on the great 400,000,000-acre pasture of the Plains, the inrush of speculators in the wake of the railroads.
  2. Those, it might be said, were the old days when Faith was simple, when, despite the fast inrush of science and technology, the Church was a power in society.
  3. Although many of them, in temporarily inactive theaters, are idle, they have to be kept at hand for any sudden inrush of patients.


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    on June 6, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

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