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Flushed meaning in English

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Flushed

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Adjective

1. flushed, rose-cheeked, rosy, rosy-cheeked

having the pinkish flush of health

2. crimson, flushed, red, red-faced, reddened

(especially of the face) reddened or suffused with or as if with blood from emotion or exertion

Example Sentences:
'crimson with fury'
'turned red from exertion'
'with puffy reddened eyes'
'red-faced and violent'
'flushed (or crimson) with embarrassment'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Flushed

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adjective
1. 
temporarily showing a rosy colour, esp in the cheeks; blushing
He was looking very flushed.
Her face was flushed with anger.
2.  flushed with something

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Flushed

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v. flushed, flush·ing, flush·es
v.intr.
1. To turn red, as from fever, embarrassment, or strong emotion; blush.
2. To glow, especially with a reddish color: The sky flushed pink at dawn.
3. To flow suddenly and abundantly, as from containment; flood.
4. To be emptied or cleaned by a rapid flow of water, as a toilet.
v.tr.
1. To cause to redden or glow.
2. To excite or elate: The team was flushed with the success of victory.
3.
a. To clean, rinse, or empty with a rapid flow of a liquid, especially water: flush a toilet; flush a wound with iodine.
b. To drive away with a rapid flow of a liquid: flush debris from a pipe.
c. To remove or eliminate: "The weakness in demand and productivity will at least ... flush out some of the inflation premium that has been built into interest rates" (Fortune).
n.
1.
a. A flooding flow or rush, as of water.
b. The act of cleaning or rinsing by or as if by flushing.
2. A blush or glow: "here and there a flush of red on the lip of a little cloud" (Willa Cather).
3.
a. A reddening of the skin, as with fever, emotion, or exertion.
b. A brief sensation of heat over all or part of the body.
4. A rush of strong feeling: a flush of pride.
5. A state of great vigor or development. See Synonyms at bloom1.
adj. flush·er, flush·est
1. Having a healthy reddish color; flushed.
2.
a. Having an abundant supply of something, especially money: a business that is flush with profits; a crowd that was flush with excitement.
b. Marked by abundance; plentiful: flush times resulting from the oil boom.
3.
a. Having surfaces in the same plane; even.
b. Arranged with adjacent sides, surfaces, or edges close together: a sofa flush against the wall. See Synonyms at level.
c. Printing Aligned evenly with a margin, as along the left or right edge of a typeset page; not indented.
4. Direct, straightforward, or solid: knocked out by a flush blow to the jaw.
5. Designed to be emptied or cleaned by flushing: a flush toilet.
adv.
1. So as to be even, in one plane, or aligned with a margin.
2. Squarely or solidly: The ball hit him flush on the face.
v. flushed, flush·ing, flush·es
v.tr.
1. To frighten (a game bird, for example) from cover.
2. To drive or force into the open: The police fired tear gas to flush out the terrorists.
v.intr.
To dart out or fly from cover.
n.
A bird or flock of birds that has been frightened from cover.

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