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Definition of "rushed" []

  • Undertaken quickly or without much care; hurried (adjective)
  • (of a person) forced to do something quickly or without much care (adjective)
  • Very busy (adjective)

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  • Done in haste; done quickly (adjective)
  • Abounding or covered with rushes (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of rush. (verb)

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Use "rushed" in a sentence
  • "The word rushed from Chad in a stunned underbreath."
  • "Her new single, "Mine," was scheduled to be released on Aug. 16, but after the MP3 leaked online on Wednesday, her label rushed to release the song 12 days early."
  • "Look, Republicans are outnumbered, but they are doing their best to slow down what they call a rushed health care bill, and this is something that they say they're doing because Democrats formed it in a way that President Obama promised wouldn't happen -- business as usual, secret deal-making."