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Definition of "rush out" []

  • To release (a product) quickly. (verb)
  • Used other than as an idiom: rush out. (verb)

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Use "rush out" in a sentence
  • "He turned his attention to abuses in Church and State, which he lashed with caustic satire, conveyed in short doggerel rhyming lines peculiar to himself, in which jokes, slang, invectives, and Latin quotations rush out pell-mell."
  • "Mrs. Brooks, thinking that the speaker was coming to rush out of the door, hastily retreated down the stairs."
  • "Suddenly Anne heard the loud slamming of a car door on the street and she turned in time to see Bill Dietz double-park the Saab and rush out of it, his long ponytail flying."
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