flush vs blush

flush blush

Definitions

  • 1) A flooding flow or rush, as of water.
  • 2) A rush of strong feeling.
  • 3) A bird or flock of birds that has been frightened from cover.
  • 4) The act of cleaning or rinsing by or as if by flushing.
  • 5) A brief sensation of heat over all or part of the body.
  • 6) A reddening of the skin, as with fever, emotion, or exertion.
  • 7) A state of great vigor or development. synonym: bloom.
  • 8) A hand in which all the cards are of the same suit but not in numerical sequence, ranked above a straight and below a full house in poker.
  • 9) A blush or glow.
  • 10) The act of starting or flushing a bird.
  • 11) Snow in a state of dissolution; slush.
  • 12) A bird, or a flock of birds, suddenly started or sprung.
  • 13) A great number.
  • 14) Abundance; exuberance.
  • 15) An increase of water in a river.
  • 16) A piece of moist ground; a place where water frequently lies; a morass.
  • 17) A run of water.
  • 18) Arranged with adjacent sides, surfaces, or edges close together: synonym: level.
  • 19) Having a healthy reddish color; flushed.
  • 20) Direct, straightforward, or solid.
  • 21) Designed to be emptied or cleaned by flushing.
  • 22) Having an abundant supply of something, especially money.
  • 23) Marked by abundance; plentiful.
  • 24) Having surfaces in the same plane; even.
  • 25) Printing Aligned evenly with a margin, as along the left or right edge of a typeset page; not indented.
  • 26) Squarely or solidly.
  • 27) So as to be even, in one plane, or aligned with a margin.
  • 28) To encourage; elate; excite the spirits of; animate with joy: originally the same as flesh.
  • 29) To fly out suddenly, as a bird when disturbed: start up or fly off.
  • 30) To make suddenly red; suffuse with color; redden; cause to blush; cause to ***ow; color.
  • 31) Full, in any respect; exuberant; plentiful.
  • 32) In sporting, to rouse and cause to start up or fly off; spring: as, to flush a woodcock; to flush a covey; to flush the trout.
  • 33) To become suffused with color, as the face or the sky; redden; blush; glow.
  • 34) To dart out or fly from cover.
  • 35) To excite or elate.
  • 36) To remove or eliminate.
  • 37) To cause to redden or glow.
  • 38) To drive or force into the open.
  • 39) To be emptied or cleaned by a rapid flow of water, as a toilet.
  • 40) To glow, especially with a reddish color.
  • 41) To turn red, as from fever, embarrassment, or strong emotion; blush.
  • 42) To frighten (a game bird, for example) from cover.
  • 43) To drive away with a rapid flow of a liquid.
  • 44) To clean, rinse, or empty with a rapid flow of a liquid, especially water.
  • 45) To flow suddenly and abundantly, as from containment; flood.

Definitions

  • 1) A color between pink and cream.
  • 2) The collective for a group of boys.
  • 3) An act of blushing.
  • 4) uncountable A sort of makeup, frequently a powder, used to redden the cheeks. Confer rouge.
  • 5) A reddening of the face, especially from modesty, embarrassment, or shame.
  • 6) A glance, look, or view.
  • 7) Makeup used on the face and especially on the cheekbones to give a usually rosy tint.
  • 8) A red or rosy color.
  • 9) A red or reddish color; a rosy tint.
  • 10) at the first appearance or view.
  • 11) A suffusion of the cheeks or face with red, as from a sense of shame, confusion, or modesty.
  • 12) to cause to blush with shame; to put to shame.
  • 13) sudden reddening of the face (as from embarrassment or guilt or shame or modesty)
  • 14) Look; resemblance: as, she has a blush of her father.
  • 15) The suffusion of the cheeks or the face with a red color through confusion, shame, diffidence, or the like.
  • 16) A gleam.
  • 17) A glance; glimpse; look; view: obsolete except in the phrase at first blush.
  • 18) To redden in the face from shame, excitement or embarrassment.
  • 19) become rosy or reddish
  • 20) To shine, as the sun.
  • 21) Toshine,asthesun.
  • 22) To be ashamed: with at or for.
  • 23) To become red in the face; redden all over the face: especially from modesty, embarrassment, confusion, or shame.
  • 24) To make red.
  • 25) To appear as if blushing; exhibit a red or roseate hue; bloom freshly or modestly.
  • 26) To express, show, or make known by blushing, or by a change of color similar to a blush.
  • 27) To feel embarrassed or ashamed.
  • 28) To become red or rosy.
  • 29) To become red in the face, especially from modesty, embarrassment, or shame; flush.
  • 30) To become suffused with red in the cheeks, as from a sense of shame, modesty, or confusion; to become red from such cause, as the cheeks or face.
  • 31) To grow red; to have a red or rosy color.
  • 32) To have a warm and delicate color, as some roses and other flowers.
  • 33) obsolete To suffuse with a blush; to redden; to make roseate.
  • 34) To express or make known by blushing.

Examples

  • 1) I wonder how that will play in Richmond, where most of the residents are flush with money.
  • 2) Early frosts and snow and the game season in full flush call for warming winter reds.
  • 3) And what world is more ideal than the first flush of love?
  • 4) Utilities were flush with cash and the economy was humming.
  • 5) You may feel warmth and flushing of the face.
  • 6) Sterling right now is a busted flush.
  • 7) She was in the flush of youth and this is an absolute tragedy.
  • 8) You walk away from this book feeling flushed and a bit bruised.
  • 9) Nor does it cause dizziness or flushing.
  • 10) This beast was then enjoying the first flush of its newfound success.
  • 11) Her cheeks were flushed with excitement and a speckled dove with an injured leg perched on her shoulder.
  • 12) They're not too flush with money and things are just a little bit boring.
  • 13) Now she rose from her seat, flushed with anger, unable to speak.
  • 14) There is a school of thought that says rock'n'roll is a busted flush, a sound stuck in a repetitive cycle.
  • 15) By blending the colour into skin it gives a naturally flushed finish without making her look like she's wearing too much make-up.
  • 16) The idea of seats that could be folded flush to the floor, instead of having to be removed, was a genuine innovation.
  • 17) As I recounted the joke to her, she flushed pink with pleasure and smiled shyly.
  • 18) V. iv.8 (394,4) the time is flush] A bird is _flush_ when his feathers are grown, and he can leave the nest.
  • 19) After the full house, the flush is the highest hand in the poker hands order.
  • 20) Ranked below the flush is the straight, which consists of five cards in rank sequence but now having the same suit.
  • 21) He said his department has also installed nine fire hydrants, or what he called flush plugs, recently.
  • 22) We have a word flush, meaning a rush of blood to the skin.
  • 23) It is a hard-edged, hard-nosed, hard-boiled, in-your-face and deeply profane concept, and any approach contrary to that will once again flush film 1's legacy of emotional truth into the sewer of mediocrity, sealing the property away - perhaps forever - in the caverns of the untouchable.
  • 24) Hounds are always sniffing around after scents, but what they flush is not always what they think it is.
  • 25) ‘Her skin reacted to the small touches, goose bumps jittering across her flesh as her face flushed hot.’
  • 26) ‘The manager's face flushed, and he interrupted, ‘My wife is from Grand Rapids!’’
  • 27) ‘My face feels really flushed and hot from the central heating, and I'm mainly thinking about that.’
  • 28) ‘Although my face looked flushed, I was able to reapply my make-up and go out that evening.’
  • 29) ‘She subconsciously hid her feet underneath her bookbag and her little face became flushed.’
  • 30) ‘Legs still wobbly and face flushed, I went back to set and told S what I'd done.’
  • 31) ‘Her face flushed to pink, as tears trickled down her cheeks.’
  • 32) ‘Cael could feel his face flushed with the fever, sweat beading on his forehead, his body shaking with chills.’
  • 33) ‘I immediately freeze and turn around, my face flushing with heat, feeling like I've just been caught red-handed, although caught at what I'm not sure.’
  • 34) ‘In the evening you can see locals strolling down the street in their cotton robes and wooden slippers, returning home with faces flushed from their hot dips.’
  • 35) ‘He chortled slightly, and Halle could almost picture his face flushing with pleasure at someone actually saying his name properly, not butchering it with insipid nicknames.’
  • 36) ‘Perry's cheeks flushed slightly pink, and he followed Jake onto the bus, shutting the door.’
  • 37) ‘His face flushed slightly with remembered anger for a moment, then he shook it off.’
  • 38) ‘The man's face flushed slightly with anger.’
  • 39) ‘Gabrielle felt a pleasant feeling deep in her gut when his face flushed lightly in embarrassment.’
  • 40) ‘My eyes probably went wide because I felt my cheeks flush with embarrassment.’
  • 41) ‘The servant girl looks at the ground, her cheeks flushing with embarrassment.’
  • 42) ‘Dinah's skin flushed hotly at Kelly's words.’
  • 43) ‘Jude's skin flushed hotly at her sudden embrace.’
  • 44) ‘For the first time, Elle flushed under his gaze.’
  • 45) ‘Her cheeks had been flushed from the morning chill and her green eyes bright with unchecked spirit.’
  • 46) ‘Kristen added, rushing to her feet as well, a rosy blush flushing her cheeks.’
  • 47) ‘A brief thank-you and a hint of a blush flushes her cheeks, she takes a sip of cold fruity Pimms and listens in for a cue in the conversation she can jump in on.’
  • 48) ‘She would sharply bit on her bottom lip to colour them without the use of any lip colourings, pinching the apples of her cheeks to flush them to a pleasing rosy colour.’
  • 49) ‘She was thankful for the darkness because of the blush that flushed her cheeks.’
  • 50) ‘Hot embarrassment flushed her cheeks as she threw back the quilt, taking care not to crease it.’
  • 51) ‘A faint red stain of a blush flushes his cheeks.’
  • 52) ‘Lucinda quickly regained her composure, a dark blush flushing her pale cheeks, as she reopened the book, hurriedly skimming the past page.’
  • 53) ‘It is an evergreen or semi-evergreen multi-stemmed shrub with lance shaped leaves that are purplish when young and flushed with colour in autumn.’
  • 54) ‘Keleus thrust his spear into the earth and looked upon the dying sky, flushed in crimson, and he whispered unto the winds.’
  • 55) ‘The flowers are large and wallflower red on the outside, the inner colour being soft orange flushed with red towards the tip, fading to a paler, softer throat.’
  • 56) ‘Rains fell several weeks ago, and now the desert tones have flushed to a salmon pink dusted with new green vegetation.’
  • 57) ‘Dawn too was a light show with the sky flushed into pastel shades.’
  • 58) ‘The green is often variegated with yellow or white - the variegation itself can be flushed with pink and may be marbled, blotched or neatly edge each leaf.’
  • 59) ‘In case you lose power, you will still have water to flush toilets or wash up.’
  • 60) ‘Imagine, we use two gallons of quality drinking water every time we flush the toilet.’
  • 61) ‘More than half of all domestic water is used to flush toilets and water gardens.’
  • 62) ‘Recycled rainwater will be used to flush the toilets and water the gardens.’
  • 63) ‘The drains have now been flushed out and the water supply has returned to normal.’
  • 64) ‘By 315 AD, it is said that Rome as a city had 144 public toilets which were flushed clean by running water.’
  • 65) ‘Toilets could not be flushed during the water crisis.’
  • 66) ‘When you flush the toilet, the cistern refills by pumping the water through the tap on top of the toilet, so you can wash your hands as it refills.’
  • 67) ‘He flushed the toilet and washed his mouth in the sink.’
  • 68) ‘Then flush the toilet to drain off the water in the basin.’
  • 69) ‘I then flushed the toilet and left the stall.’
  • 70) ‘The crisis was so grave that no baths were allowed and toilets were only flushed when essential.’
  • 71) ‘Members of the Castle Point Bowls Club have been having to make do with a pavilion that is ‘falling apart’ and a centre where the women's toilet has to be flushed with buckets of water.’
  • 72) ‘To avoid accumulation of nutrients in the growth media, the sand was flushed once every week with water.’
  • 73) ‘An aluminum foil collar on the rim of the pot and flushing the soil occasionally with heavy watering will prevent this problem.’
  • 74) ‘Use an over-the-counter nasal saline spray, or flush your nostrils with warm salt water.’
  • 75) ‘Chemicals in eye: lie patient on back keep the eye open, and flush the eye with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes.’
  • 76) ‘Trays were drained and pots flushed with tap water at fortnightly intervals.’
  • 77) ‘If there is a blockage, try to get most of it out and then flush with a garden hose.’
  • 78) ‘In case of contact immediately flush eyes or skin with plenty of water.’
  • 79) ‘She giggled some more and I heard the toilet flushing.’
  • 80) ‘Then, to Chloe's relief, she heard the toilet flushing down the hallway and the door to Jax's parents' room closing.’
  • 81) ‘I heard the sounds of his yelling and the toilet flushing together.’
  • 82) ‘In one room, 12 toilets are flushing as if under ghostly control; an electronic machine is pulling the virtual levers - and manipulating water temperature and pressure as well.’
  • 83) ‘After she hears that toilet bowl flush she had better hear the sound of somebody washing their hands - or else.’
  • 84) ‘External doors and windows were sealed, there was no ventilation and toilets could not flush during the wait.’
  • 85) ‘I heard disturbing noises of him gagging and throwing up and the toilet flushing.’
  • 86) ‘The toilet flushed and Jon appeared, barefoot and exhausted.’
  • 87) ‘The toilet flushed and he emerged from the bathroom, ‘nasty dude, there's mould in the shower.’’
  • 88) ‘The toilet flushed, and, after a few more minutes, he came out.’
  • 89) ‘She stooped to look at what Andrew had been writing, but had only scanned a few lines when the toilet flushed and Andrew emerged from the bathroom.’
  • 90) ‘According to workers, the toilets had not flushed for eight days.’
  • 91) ‘Several of the toilets did not flush properly.’
  • 92) ‘At times the toilets would not flush, and at other times the floors were wet.’
  • 93) ‘I yanked the handle, the lavatory flushed, and the yellow faded.’
  • 94) ‘It was all I could do to keep from laughing as I discussed filling in forms and so on, whilst loos flushed all around me.’
  • 95) ‘As soon as the toilet flushed inside, Kelly unlocked the door and pressed out the other side, through the laundry room.’
  • 96) ‘The toilet flushes and Hannah nods towards the closed stall.’
  • 97) ‘The toilet flushes, there is the sound of hands being washed, and Ian steps out of the bathroom.’
  • 98) ‘The only problem is that I can hear every time the toilet flushes, and that ain't cool.’
  • 99) ‘However, drink plenty of fluids to flush the radioactive substance from your body.’
  • 100) ‘Would my body flush this substance out of my system if I quit eating carrots now?’
  • 101) ‘He said he's satisfied that because of heavy rains which flushed the detergent out, no permanent damage was done to the creek.’
  • 102) ‘It helps to flush the excess fluids out of your system.’
  • 103) ‘By applying bodybuilders' favorite stratagems for cutting salt intake and flushing excess sodium from the system, you can look 50 workouts fitter in just a couple of days.’
  • 104) ‘Like alcohol, coffee is a diuretic, which flushes fluids from the body.’
  • 105) ‘Every six months, Dorothy has to flush excess minerals from the potting soil by pouring water through the pots until it runs out clear.’
  • 106) ‘Without rest, muscles do not receive enough oxygen and other nutrients from the blood and are unable to flush lactic acid and other metabolic wastes.’
  • 107) ‘I advised her to drink a lot of water and do some exercise to try to flush the caffeine out of her system as soon as possible.’
  • 108) ‘They also found people willing to talk about the pollution at East End Beach, where sewage was flushed into the sea.’
  • 109) ‘Unfortunately, the only thing we can do is hope to flush the poison out of his system.’
  • 110) ‘I drank the requisite giant glass of water to begin flushing the alcohol out of my system and now I'll go take a shower to wash the cigarette smoke out of my hair and restore my cheer before sleep.’
  • 111) ‘This flushes the salt out of the plants' root zones and should minimize any detrimental effects.’
  • 112) ‘Girlfriends of mine have brought drugs to my house and I've had to flush drugs away and I kicked all of those people out of my life.’
  • 113) ‘Seven rivers were made to flow through the city's sewers and served to flush any sewage out of them.’
  • 114) ‘Your kidneys will try to flush the salts out of your body in urine, and in the process pump out more water than you are taking in.’
  • 115) ‘Drink a 1.5-litre bottle of water a day to flush out toxins.’
  • 116) ‘Most get flushed down the toilet, and eventually end up in the oceans.’
  • 117) ‘It will help to flush all the bad toxins out of your system.’
  • 118) ‘Many watched helplessly as their life savings were flushed down the drain.’
  • 119) ‘The first few times it happened, I screamed blue murder for the nurse, who came and simply opened the clamp, increasing the flow and flushing the blood back into the vein in a wonderfully cold ripply gush.’
  • 120) ‘She considers it fun to flush saline solution through the port in her chest.’
  • 121) ‘One milliliter of sterile saline is flushed into the middle ear cavity and aspirated back.’
  • 122) ‘Detergent was flushed through the channels which were then brushed.’
  • 123) ‘This procedure flushed the solution throughout the heart muscle, even changing the heart's color as it rushed through the veins.’
  • 124) ‘At each watering, plants were given enough liquid so that at least 50 ml of liquid flushed through the pot, which was then left to drain until the next watering.’
  • 125) ‘Provisions in the Protection of Wild Mammals Act 2002 allowed for the use of dogs to flush foxes from cover for marksmen to shoot as a means of pest control.’
  • 126) ‘Falconry is not outlawed and in that sport you use dogs to flush prey to your bird.’
  • 127) ‘Under the ban, hunters are allowed to use dogs to flush foxes from their hiding places, but they are not supposed to use dogs to actively search for foxes.’
  • 128) ‘Beaters gain regular employment to flush the birds towards the waiting guns, who as well as paying handsomely for their sport, patronise local hotels, restaurants and shops.’
  • 129) ‘Before sunrise, we approached the colony and flushed the birds into the nets.’
  • 130) ‘However, hunting has been allowed to continue in Scotland due to a clause that allows huntsmen to use hounds to flush foxes hiding in woodlands out into the open.’
  • 131) ‘Workers avoided flushing birds during the laying period, when abandonment might be induced.’
  • 132) ‘The dogs made killings, but also flushed the foxes out of their woodland hide-aways and dispersed them into other areas.’
  • 133) ‘An army of beaters will drive the birds into the skies, tacking across the hillside, flushing the grouse out of their cover and into the air for the waiting guns.’
  • 134) ‘A pickup truck was circling the pond, which flushed some birds out of the reeds and into the open water.’
  • 135) ‘Officers were forced to cut the string off with a knife, specifically designed for such incidents, after flushing the sea lion out of hiding.’
  • 136) ‘We'd be out in the fields trying to flush pheasants, and flocks of migrating blackbirds would appear.’
  • 137) ‘I have risked life and limb sauntering through snake-infested grasslands hoping to flush a quail.’
  • 138) ‘Since they could see my tiny movements through the window, I flushed the quail from time to time into the bushes on the other side of the yard.’
  • 139) ‘After being run to ground by hounds the fox was flushed out of its earth by a terrier and shot.’
  • 140) ‘"They're still flushing out foxes, which is hunting.’
  • 141) ‘Females also were flushed from nests periodically to check nest contents.’
  • 142) ‘Nest revisits were minimized to reduce disturbance, and incubating females were not purposely flushed from nests.’
  • 143) ‘While cow herders set fires to produce new pastureland, hunters and cattle rustlers start fires to flush out game or to cover their tracks.’
  • 144) ‘After dividing into smaller groups, the poachers set fires to flush out animals, then shoot them and smoke the meat.’
  • 145) ‘The forces tried to flush them out by flooding the mains, but the resisters managed to stop the water supply.’
  • 146) ‘Again, there is not very much wrong with that - the police have primacy to enforce the law while the army, backed by the air force, flush the guerrillas out into the open.’
  • 147) ‘Careful arrangements were made to flush him out of his hiding place.’
  • 148) ‘One theory has it that the military did not surround and arrest them but instead flushed them out of the bush to run for cover and to disband and disperse.’
  • 149) ‘This measure will help flush out the most grasping seniors.’
  • 150) ‘In an effort the flush the men out, the army has been blaring loudspeakers, firing stun grenades and firing bullets into the air.’
  • 151) ‘In summer it bloomed with such richness that it hurt the eyes, flowers flushed to shrubs, the bluebells and snowdrops pushed their way through the drab dead leaves.’
  • 152) ‘The early leaves flush immediately after bud breaking, and the late leaves appear after the early leaves are mature and continue to appear until early September.’
  • 153) ‘All seedlings were dormant in December and had flushed in May.’
  • 154) ‘I found myself staring at Table 7.1 for some minutes to convince myself that there was indeed a seasonal pattern in leaf flushing.’
  • 155) ‘Flowering occurs in early spring, from March to April, and is immediately followed by leaf flushing.’
  • 156) ‘Flowering occurs from late June to early July after leaf flushing.’
  • 157) ‘Leaf flushing started 2 weeks after shoot emergence and was complete within 4 weeks of shoot emergence.’
  • 158) ‘When I am near her, I can feel the heat, the flush in my skin.’
  • 159) ‘There was a flush to his tanned skin and his green eyes were unnaturally bright, but there was nothing to indicate the dull haze of alcohol.’
  • 160) ‘He clutched at the light coverlet, pulling it with him as he sat up, a flush coloring his skin.’
  • 161) ‘She was dressed in all black, as usual, and her pale skin had a slight flush to it, perhaps from efforts to catch up with Mary.’
  • 162) ‘A tingling flush passed over her skin as she entered the field of light that the spell-form was casting up.’
  • 163) ‘He looked at Jim, feeling the flush that reddened both cheeks.’
  • 164) ‘A scarlet flush began at the base of the young officer's neck and moved up to the roots of his hair.’
  • 165) ‘There is tenderness over the appendix, often accompanied by a slight fever, a facial flush, and a rapid pulse.’
  • 166) ‘Use cheek creams in peach, pink and berry colours to give yourself a healthy flush.’
  • 167) ‘A flush warms her skin at the realization that she actually left the house wearing such an outfit.’
  • 168) ‘Jennifer smiled at the way Scott blushed, the red flush working its way up from his neck to the top of his face.’
  • 169) ‘Despite her flush of embarrassment at the small tradition, she grinned and ran down to them.’
  • 170) ‘She couldn't control her blush then; she couldn't contain the flush that rose in her cheeks as she remembered her earlier outburst.’
  • 171) ‘Ariel tried to control the embarrassed flush that rose in her cheeks.’
  • 172) ‘The room's temperature seemed to escalate and a hot flush crept up her face; she was blushing.’
  • 173) ‘The only sign of exasperation was the slight flush to her cheeks.’
  • 174) ‘The grin widened, and a slight flush crept across his cheeks.’
  • 175) ‘A flush colored her cheeks as she lowered her focus to the blank envelope.’
  • 176) ‘She gives a quick intake of breath, and a guilty flush colors her face.’
  • 177) ‘He ran another hand through his hair to hide the flush of red he could feel coloring his cheeks.’
  • 178) ‘But the surfaces were now coloured in soft flushes of pink or orange and the marks blurring toward integration with the surfaces.’
  • 179) ‘Whatever his technique, the effect was to create suave and radiant flushes of colour, with no sense of brush gesture or hint of figuration.’
  • 180) ‘Further down the display boards, the first flushes of colour catch the visitor's eye.’
  • 181) ‘Wine works well for adding that lovely, rosy flush in the absence of pink light bulbs.’
  • 182) ‘The sky was cloudless, deep violet with a flush of rose at the edge.’
  • 183) ‘Charlie felt a flush of joy and relief.’
  • 184) ‘A sudden flush of self-consciousness twitches at the ubiquitous teenage angst and she tugs at the frayed hem of her puffball skirt.’
  • 185) ‘He was swept away by him and the flush of inspiration and excitement led to some of his religious masterpieces.’
  • 186) ‘A flush of relief is coursing around my body and I am bear-hugging Penny's rucksack in front of me.’
  • 187) ‘What work I owed I postponed until it had to be churned out in a flush of rage over my being disturbed by it.’
  • 188) ‘‘We got 171 people out,’ says Clive, with a justified flush of pride.’
  • 189) ‘I feel a flush of glee at having called out the president on national television, but the sensation is fleeting.’
  • 190) ‘They had only married two years ago, and Arthur still felt a quick flush of happy excitement whenever he thought of her.’
  • 191) ‘Althea felt a flush of rage, a man with such powerful magic was a thief!’
  • 192) ‘I felt a small flush of pride though - I had been clean for months.’
  • 193) ‘Kevin again felt the flush of pride to think that a fellow aficionado was so clearly impressed by his labour of love.’
  • 194) ‘He felt a flush of embarrassed panic.’
  • 195) ‘After a moment, though, it became clear to me that it was a flush of rage as well as embarrassment.’
  • 196) ‘Martina feels a flush of anger at the realization that her new car is about to disappear.’
  • 197) ‘She was talking to him with such patience that I felt a flush of pride.’
  • 198) ‘He thought back to the flush of excitement that had driven him to propose at seventeen.’
  • 199) ‘Cynthia threw her arms around her husband's neck, in a flush of excitement and disbelief.’
  • 200) ‘Despite the flush of excitement, Brown didn't pay the $8,975 fee Granger sought that day.’
  • 201) ‘Take whatever biochemical state people have in the initial flush of love.’
  • 202) ‘Holiday romances will be particularly energetic, but even long-term partners will experience a lusty flush of new love.’
  • 203) ‘While she may not be in the first flush of youth, she is hardly an unsightly wreck, and the faults she highlights about her body loom large to no one except her.’
  • 204) ‘The place was fairly hopping when I got there and the great music from Joe Newman had these folks, many of them not in the first flush of youth, having a ball.’
  • 205) ‘He wasn't in the first flush of youth, but he was up for everything, always smiling, always full of energy.’
  • 206) ‘While both men have a long list of achievements to their credit, neither is in the first flush of youth.’
  • 207) ‘It's a fair bet that most people who need spectacles are no longer in the first flush of youth, so could someone please explain why the choice was so universally cool and hip.’
  • 208) ‘With neither of them in the first flush of youth, he worries about what will happen to his collection when he is gone.’
  • 209) ‘Many of those players already had some years in the game behind them but there were also quite a few, like Matt, who were still in the first flush of youth.’
  • 210) ‘Thirty or forty years ago, in the first flush of the sexual revolution, such ignorance would be forgivable.’
  • 211) ‘She was a tall woman, who was no longer in the very first flush of youth.’
  • 212) ‘The seam bowling is particularly thin, and Chris Silverwood is not in the first flush of youth anymore.’
  • 213) ‘Even though it has now past the first flush of youth, the Ford Fiesta leads its segment for 2004.’
  • 214) ‘Perhaps I am grievously mistaken, and have fallen victim to unsound emotion or the first flush of fatherhood.’
  • 215) ‘Looking for deeper feelings beyond the first flush of love was outside the scope of the research.’
  • 216) ‘I tried to come up with an answer but can't get my mind away from the tag my darling husband gave me during the first flush of our enduring romance, may he be forever blessed.’
  • 217) ‘The first movie was laced with youthful optimism and the first flush of romance and the possibilities that had seemed endless.’
  • 218) ‘Inevitably, after the first flush of friendship, latent problems begin to rise to the surface.’
  • 219) ‘And as someone who is not exactly in the first flush of enthusiasm for the many gifts of my fellow Dundonian, let me say at once that I thought Mr Galloway was brilliant.’
  • 220) ‘She and Pacino have been glimpsed gamboling in Central Park with two-year-old twins Olivia and Anton as if they were in the first flush of wedded bliss.’
  • 221) ‘In the first flush of love, we care about how we look, then we get comfortable.’
  • 222) ‘For some local merchants, the initial flush of spending by farmers making the switch is good business.’
  • 223) ‘But where is this concerted flush of global attention taking Mexican cinema?’
  • 224) ‘The company chief insists that 20 new models will buoy unit sales in the second half of 2003, but a flush of younger cars alone will not fix the company's problems.’
  • 225) ‘Here you get both an autumn and winter flush of fish, then a secondary spring run through April and May.’
  • 226) ‘Hatching coincides with the onset of the rainy season and the concomitant flush of insect populations.’
  • 227) ‘Gardeners also benefit from this beauty during the late summer, when it produces edible yellow fruits after a flush of saucer-shaped flowers.’
  • 228) ‘The signals that modulate the timing of spring bud flush are, predominately, winter chilling and spring temperatures.’
  • 229) ‘Damage is most common during summer flushes of new fern growth.’
  • 230) ‘You can trim again in late spring, if required, after the initial flush of new growth.’
  • 231) ‘As with other species, annual shoots of apple display flushes of growth interrupted by periods of rest.’
  • 232) ‘Others cover themselves with a big flush of flowers just once a year.’
  • 233) ‘To encourage growth and additional flushes of flowers, feed repeat bloomers with a complete fertilizer.’
  • 234) ‘The one exception is late in the season when the last flush of flowers has set fruit.’
  • 235) ‘Cut off spent flowers to promote additional flushes of bloom.’
  • 236) ‘There's not much in bloom in my garden just now apart from a second flush on the roses, and they're small, sad looking things this year.’
  • 237) ‘A once-blooming rose with its extended flush of blossoms may work equally as well as a remontant rose under the same conditions.’
  • 238) ‘So many wildgardeners add annual seed to their meadow areas each spring, since they want to assure a full flush of annual bloom.’
  • 239) ‘The later-picked second flush delivers a deeper colour and more robust flavours than a first flush.’
  • 240) ‘Chanterelles grow in flushes, so revisit likely spots.’
  • 241) ‘All light trimming of summer flowering shrubs that have repeated flushes during the season could be carried out so as to allow for them to have developed a fresh flush of flowers in time for Christmas.’
  • 242) ‘Leaf emergence pattern is synchronic when leaves emerge as a flush during a short period, or continuous when leaves emerge gradually during the growth period.’
  • 243) ‘After the flowers finish it's a good idea to leave the flowering stems, which will often produce a second flush later in the season.’
  • 244) ‘All trees were scored weekly for the date of bud set and bud flush in autumn of 1997 and spring of 1998, respectively.’
  • 245) ‘It bears yellow-centered, bright pink blossoms in one long flush in early summer.’
  • 246) ‘In September leaf flush began and two months later the individuals showed mature leaves throughout the tree crown.’
  • 247) ‘This same amount of water equals 66 flushes per day with old, 20-litre toilets, suggesting that toilets may not be the most important focus for water conservation.’
  • 248) ‘The standard household lavatory, we are told, uses 7.5 litres of water per flush.’
  • 249) ‘But the latest flush toilets use only six litres per flush.’
  • 250) ‘The latest pressure assisted toilets using under two litres per flush are even more effective.’
  • 251) ‘That's almost three flushes on the water-saving toilet we just had installed.’
  • 252) ‘They were silent for a moment to first hear gagging noises, then a flush of the toilet and then running of water.’
  • 253) ‘The first toilets manufactured to this lower standard caused uproar among builders and homeowners alike because the toilets did not flush solids well, requiring multiple flushes and negating any water savings.’
  • 254) ‘Federal regulations require modern toilets to function on 1.6 gallons per flush or less.’
  • 255) ‘Older toilets, made prior to the 1994 law, use as much as 3.5 to 5 gallons per flush.’
  • 256) ‘But nearly 27 percent of the toilets surveyed in the Tucson area used more than 2.2 gallons per flush.’
  • 257) ‘For example in most States and Territories all new homes must be fitted with dual flush toilets, using 6 or 3 litres per flush.’
  • 258) ‘On the other hand, some low-flow toilets require two flushes to get the job done anyway.’
  • 259) ‘Our largest water consumption (about 10 gallons per day) comes from toilet flushes.’
  • 260) ‘The faint sounds of a toilet ending its flush filled Jim's ears, and he realized his sense of hearing was back to its ultra-sensitive level.’
  • 261) ‘Moments later, a flush and water running from a tap were heard before the door was opened once more.’
  • 262) ‘This can result in several repeat flushes and, therefore, use more water.’
  • 263) ‘One flush consumes as much water as the average person in Africa uses for a whole day's drinking, cooking and cleaning.’
  • 264) ‘Pushing the flush down on the toilet, I stood up slowly.’
  • 265) ‘He cursed out of a regular habit as he pulled the flush down on the toilet.’
  • 266) ‘Drinking water came from the sink in the toilet, the flush of which was operated by pulling a metal hanger in the cistern.’
  • 267) ‘Everyone is impressed by the flush on an aeroplane toilet.’
  • 268) ‘I am hopeless at fixing things but when the toilet flush goes wonky I can always tell exactly what is wrong even if I have to get a man in to do something about it.’
  • 269) ‘There were very few flush lavatories even at foreign companies, hotels and apartments, let alone ordinary residences.’
  • 270) ‘There is no flush toilet in the bathroom - or anywhere else for that matter.’
  • 271) ‘Showers and toilets were not separate, there was no toilet paper and in some cases no flush toilets.’
  • 272) ‘It has no electricity and no flush toilets - just Portaloos which are emptied once a fortnight.’
  • 273) ‘Here there's no running water, no flush latrines, no sanitation.’
  • 274) ‘Rather than spending money and time getting an engineering report and educating the officials, I decided to install a flush toilet.’
  • 275) ‘The float looks like the common floats found in flush toilets.’
  • 276) ‘All residential flush toilets operate in pretty much the same way.’
  • 277) ‘This method probably won't gain approval from most health officials as a replacement for a flush toilet.’
  • 278) ‘A sewage treatment facility to be built this summer will allow flush toilets, and all of the new rooms will have their own bathrooms.’
  • 279) ‘After chemical treatment, the water from the flush toilet is clean enough for people to wash their hands.’
  • 280) ‘Plans are to equip them with ceilings, solar panels, low flush toilets and water tanks to promote water harvesting and reduce dependency on municipal services.’
  • 281) ‘It is ironical that in a country as water starved as ours, that the flush toilet that uses less water is more expensive than one that minimises water use.’
  • 282) ‘The aqueducts provided public baths with hydrous spectacles and private houses with running water and flush toilets.’
  • 283) ‘Tope love the first flush of a new tide as it begins to gain a little speed and washes over the structure you're fishing.’
  • 284) ‘The Ouse was the highlight of weekend match action once again having benefited from a mid-week flush of fresh water.’
  • 285) ‘On the third day, we reckoned the rain was great and isn't it good that the Todd is getting a proper flush, while we secretly hoped that the drizzle would stop.’
  • 286) ‘By capturing the first flush of rain, the rain gardens help prevent pollution from entering waterways.’
  • 287) ‘Neville says despite some flows down the river in the last 12 months, it's still in dire need of a good flush of water to pick the system up.’
  • 288) ‘A lot of the lakes are dry, but the river itself, there's been a few little flushes coming down, and many people along the river have been carting water for their stock and domestic purposes.’
  • 289) ‘What we need is a good flush through the Richmond River system (certainly not a major flood).’
  • 290) ‘There are plenty of people who do allow their dogs to help with the flush once the handler gets up near the dog.’
  • 291) ‘Scattered turkeys will often want to regroup after the flush.’
  • 292) ‘The handler may help the dog in order to allow the gunners and himself to get within gun range for the flush.’
  • 293) ‘Cut each piece for a snug fit, and install them so that the top of the riser is exactly flush with the top of the stringer notch.’
  • 294) ‘I used regular wood screws and countersunk them in the PVC to allow a flush surface.’
  • 295) ‘Office cladding is designed as a vented, triple-glazed flush facade.’
  • 296) ‘The tire's tilt so it can be flush with the track surface.’
  • 297) ‘The lining caused the turret hatches to be thicker and no longer flush with the turret surface.’
  • 298) ‘Slowly take one or two steps forward, keeping your entire upper-back and shoulder area flush against the wall.’
  • 299) ‘A hospital track that is flush with the ceiling tile controls the shower curtain.’
  • 300) ‘Then trim the drawer fronts with a saw so the ends are flush with the drawer sides.’
  • 301) ‘The 1.8-litre turbo has contemporary flush headlights and beefed-up haunches, the oval mouth replaced by a cheeky smile.’
  • 302) ‘The excess length of bolt will be cut off for a flush finish.’
  • 303) ‘The forearm is nicely rounded and the use of a flush fitting, six-round, metal magazine keeps the bottom line clean and uncluttered.’
  • 304) ‘A clerestory on either side, and a flush panoramic window extend across the full width of the facade which faces across a valley.’
  • 305) ‘After rotating the water block so it was flush everything started working fine.’
  • 306) ‘To even out the slight irregularities in masonry or old plaster, it is likely you will need some shim material to get the furring surfaces flush with each other.’
  • 307) ‘So make sure that screws are perfectly flush with the surface or use wood plugs.’
  • 308) ‘Cut the risers so that the heads of the sprinklers are flush with the ground.’
  • 309) ‘The putter should be flush against the ground, with the arms and stance comfortable in relation to the position of the ball.’
  • 310) ‘Their door is flush with the ground, so I busted out a window and stuck it in there.’
  • 311) ‘Second, center the entire page on the screen instead of having it flush left.’
  • 312) ‘Computer applications like Microsoft Word have us trained that PC-screen content is always flush left?’
  • 313) ‘Left alignment ensures all text is flush with left margin and ragged on the right margin.’
  • 314) ‘I'd prefer it looked like this, with a flush left margin.’
  • 315) ‘All text is flush left unless otherwise indicated, with ½ inch indent on first line of paragraph.’
  • 316) ‘When retracted, the gears were fully enclosed by mechanically operated flush doors.’
  • 317) ‘A flush door was kicked in and a neighbour crawled into the flat on his hands and knees and dragged the occupant to safety.’
  • 318) ‘A recently discovered block-and-shell bureau table by John Townsend - one of only two with a flush door - is said to have descended directly from the cabinetmaker.’
  • 319) ‘A wide assortment of ornamental carved doors, seasoned flush doors, imported modular skin panel doors and doorframes would be available.’
  • 320) ‘Did the young man, suddenly flush with success, bury his money in tomato cans in his back yard?’
  • 321) ‘The Government is so flush with cash that it cancelled the 2005 January bond tender.’
  • 322) ‘So, flush with cash from the power plant sales and the securitization, Judge went shopping.’
  • 323) ‘And at that time did he seem to be quite flush with cash?’
  • 324) ‘So, flush with cash, private-equity funds are swarming over Tinseltown.’
  • 325) ‘Those qualities are on full display again with Leaders Of The Free World, a record flush with urgent emotion and musical dexterity.’
  • 326) ‘The first photograph is flush with lush colour, bluest skies and a verdant forest pathway.’
  • 327) ‘The Web has always been flush with counterculture independents willing to break rules that aren't working anyway.’
  • 328) ‘Our primary schools are already flush with funds, our universities are up to the mark with Western universities.’
  • 329) ‘The irony is that hard-up Paddy's is flush with character, while the ersatz grandeur of malls and the like offer a poorer shopping experience by far.’
  • 330) ‘That leaves the team flush with cash, which it should be more than willing to spend in the event.’
  • 331) ‘However, it is frustrating that we did our best to stop these benefits - and I offered to repay it in full when I was flush with cash last year, only to be knocked back!’
  • 332) ‘Suppliers have their own shareholders to consider and few of them are flush with cash these days.’
  • 333) ‘Finally we find a machine flush with cash and in a few minutes we pull up outside my flat.’
  • 334) ‘Those who were a little more flush with cash might have been able to invest in a burger and carton of chips before thumbing their way home.’
  • 335) ‘The port and claret were laid down in happier times, when cash was flush and planning for the future mattered.’
  • 336) ‘Don't rush to hire when sales turn strong and cash is flush.’
  • 337) ‘A lot of the projects were started when money was flush.’
  • 338) ‘When money's flush, hiring help isn't a bad thing.’
  • 339) ‘They have a great deal with Nike and other sponsorship dollars are flush despite what happened in Germany last year.’
  • 340) ‘The tail bumper, in retracted position, fitted flush with the fuselage surface.’
  • 341) ‘The device has a plastic box, which fits flush against a wall or ceiling.’
  • 342) ‘If operators are able to place a dish flush against a wall, whispers can be discerned.’
  • 343) ‘This activates the spring-loaded extractor which kicks fired cases clear, then snaps back flush with the cylinder.’
  • 344) ‘When I removed my hand, the envelope stayed flush against the wall.’
  • 345) ‘The solution is simple: white plexi strips mounted flush with the frame should provide the diffuse light I am looking for.’
  • 346) ‘Unlike both the hourglass and the lozenge types, these windows - in most instances - end flush with the far wall.’
  • 347) ‘The grills for these protrude from the case and prevent the Topspeed unit from sitting flush with the case.’
  • 348) ‘When sitting flush with the back, the fan was too close to the keyboard/mouse connectors on the motherboard.’
  • 349) ‘When pruning, always cut tree branches flush to the trunk.’
  • 350) ‘Secure it with two nails hammered flush, at a 45-degree angle just below the next highest row of shingles.’
  • 351) ‘Nail the hangers on flush with the edge of these new marks.’
  • 352) ‘The thickness of the carpet and pad will bring the top of the carpet flush with the top of the treads on each side of it.’
  • 353) ‘In that case, use a block plane to plane the jamb flush with the interior wall surface.’
  • 354) ‘His arms went around her back like steel bands, pressing her flush against him.’
  • 355) ‘If you are tight on space, you can set the divider flush against the wall and even put some furniture like a chair or desk in front of it.’
  • 356) ‘Tim beveled the slide stop and cut the pin flush with the right side of the frame.’
  • 357) ‘An improperly placed screw can shift the hinge position slightly or force the screw to tilt so its head does not sit flush.’
  • 358) ‘Drilled in and hammered flush, they gave the bench a look that even Martha Stewart would love.’
  • 359) ‘Cover all nail dimples, applying the mud flush with the panel.’
  • 360) ‘A left hook caught him flush on the jaw and he staggered across the ring.’
  • 361) ‘If you get caught flush on the chin that's fair enough.’
  • 362) ‘This is a sign they've really caught the ball flush and created a strong, piercing ball flight.’
  • 363) ‘Off the tee I hit the ball flush with the sweet spot of the driver.’
  • 364) ‘She punched him flush in the jaw, then kicked him in the gut to double him over.’
  • 365) ‘If you're building perpendicular to an existing wall, lay the 2x4 plates next to each other and flush the ends.’
  • 366) ‘Grinding or shaving can be employed to flush the joint at the location of the panel assembly and fastener joint.’
  • 367) ‘Use a palm sander to flush the edge of the plywood in line with the doorframe.’
  • 368) ‘Three flushes: the back and middle hands are flushes, and the front hand is a three-card flush (three cards of one suit).’
  • 369) ‘Four card flushes do not count in Table Top Cribbage.’
  • 370) ‘When comparing flushes, the highest card is compared first, then if these are equal the middle card, and finally if necessary the lowest.’
  • 371) ‘When comparing two flushes, the highest card determines which is higher.’
  • 372) ‘Between two flushes in the same suit, the one with the higher top card is better.’
  • 373) ‘If unpaired, his two high cards were suited or sequenced and could lead to a flush or straight.’
  • 374) ‘If the start card is the same suit as well, the flush is worth 4 points.’
  • 375) ‘What do you suppose your odds are of being dealt a flush on your first five cards?’
  • 376) ‘Thus it would seem that KQ royal should appear higher in our strategy table than the 3-card flush with two high cards.’
  • 377) ‘Most of the contracts are made up of sets and runs as usual, but contract 8 requires a 7 card flush.’
  • 378) ‘Chances are good that the trips will be beat by a full house, a flush, or a straight.’
  • 379) ‘He said that any fool could bet on a busted flush in poker, or swear that black is white, but that isn't a classic lie.’
  • 380) ‘One problem with this is that six-card flushes and straights are much rarer than five-card ones.’
  • 381) ‘Some players do not count straights or flushes at all in this game.’
  • 382) ‘As with flushes, these rank according to the highest card; if the highest cards of two hands are equal the second highest cards are compared, and if these are equal too then the third highest.’
  • 383) ‘As between two flushes, the one containing the highest ranking card wins, with cards of subsequent ranks determining the hands if the highest cards tie.’
  • 384) ‘The scoring is the same as for the players' hands except that a flush in the crib only scores if all four crib cards and the start card are of the same suit.’
  • 385) ‘This rule says that a running flush in which the top card is higher in rank than a Prial will beat the Prial.’
  • 386) ‘Heartless men, dashing knights of the keyboard, arranged their cards into pairs and flushes and whatever else was necessary to rob a rube - me - of his next week's paycheck.’
  • 387) ‘If one player has a straight, we can't beat that for high, but presumably some of the other players are drawing live to flushes or full houses or bigger straights.’

Examples

  • 1) You will blush with embarrassment and beat yourself up in the days that follow.
  • 2) Smooth out sharp edges and make sure your blush blends seamlessly.
  • 3) Some of his other wines do not spare the blushes, either.
  • 4) Soon the setting sun makes the mountains blush a bridal pink.
  • 5) Having a pot of this stuff to hand will save your blushes.
  • 6) At first blush it was a classic political coup.
  • 7) Is there anything that can still make you blush?
  • 8) One memory in particular still makes me blush with embarrassment.
  • 9) We're all flushed with excitement over blush once again.
  • 10) In her difficulty, she turned down her eyelids again and blushed over face and neck.
  • 11) Some are merely blushed with red inside; others are a dark and mysterious crimson.
  • 12) It is not the first time he has saved the blushes of the 200m team either.
  • 13) At first blush, this seems absurd.
  • 14) Don't keep telling yourself that a particular situation is bound to make you blush.
  • 15) She added a soft rosy blush to her cheeks and outlined her eyes with a royal blue shadow to tone in with the dress.
  • 16) I now find myself being nasty to her and pushing her away to spare my blushes.
  • 17) A rosy blush was used on her cheeks and a pretty pink gloss brushed across her lips.
  • 18) That said, it blushes a pretty red in winter and is covered in starry white blooms in summer.
  • 19) I was blushing scarlet, but he appeared not to notice.
  • 20) He blushes - again - and then laughs.
  • 21) Which of us wouldn't blush scarlet if we met our 20-year-old selves at a party?
  • 22) It's frilly and inconsequential and best known for its appearances on princesses, dolls and blushing faces.
  • 23) With each year that passes, the celebration would become more melancholy - the holiday more of a national blush of shame.
  • 24) It's also embarassing and somewhat telling to admit that the only way to get me to blush is to compliment my writing.
  • 25) A few of the first users have already destroyed the myth and showed off screen shots of the new Administration Panels and talked about the new features, so the blush is off the rose of wordpress. com.
  • 26) They didn't offer me a new Lexus for my troubles, however~although they did email back in blush mode.
  • 27) A blush is the foolishest thing that can be, and betrays one more than a red nose does a drunkard; and yet I would not so wholly have lost them as some women that I know has, as much injury as they do me.
  • 28) If ARTINFO misses anything, it is because we got stuck in a "blush" - colored bridesmaid's dress and fell over, briefly knocking ourselves out on the edge of the bathtub.
  • 29) We'll use "blush" - pronounced 'bloosh' the way Scots would say it.
  • 30) Pah! the reminiscences of the horrid black-hole of a place in which we soldiers were confined; of the wretched creatures with whom I was now forced to keep company; of the ploughmen, poachers, pickpockets, who had taken refuge from poverty, or the law (as, in truth, I had done myself), is enough to make me ashamed even now, and it calls the blush into my old cheeks to think I was ever forced to keep such company.
  • 31) Nars Orgasm blush is certainly an atypical name, although I will leave it to the reader to decide whether it falls under ‘’unexpected descriptive’’ or simply ‘’ambiguous.’’
  • 32) ‘When he asked us why we were giving him a present, we just blushed - our shame at the real reason was interpreted as a crush.’
  • 33) ‘I shook my head to clear the thought as my face blushed with shame.’
  • 34) ‘I answered, blushing slightly, my shyness obvious in my soft yet high voice.’
  • 35) ‘Scarlet blushed and they all leaned toward her but she began to walk off.’
  • 36) ‘Her friends started clapping loudly, hooting and hollering as Scarlet just blushed.’
  • 37) ‘Rob lay down next to her, and reached out his hand, still blushing but ignoring his embarrassment and taking her hand in his.’
  • 38) ‘He glared at her, and realised with embarrassment that he was blushing, which only made him blush all the more.’
  • 39) ‘I blushed further shades of embarrassment, trying to hide myself under my raven dark hair.’
  • 40) ‘She blushed deeply from embarrassment and tears grew once more in the garden of her eyes.’
  • 41) ‘Mackenzie didn't say anything and just blushed, his cheeks burning scarlet.’
  • 42) ‘Claudia shook her head, blushing slightly in embarrassment as all eyes looked at them.’
  • 43) ‘Thank God, there were no lights; I could so feel my face burn up, probably blushing.’
  • 44) ‘Well at least he thought she was blushing, the colour on her face was so varied it was hard to tell.’
  • 45) ‘Tom humbly bowed his head and his cheeks blushed in the embarrassment.’
  • 46) ‘She looked down at herself, and blushed so deep a crimson it was easily visible through the white fur on her chest.’
  • 47) ‘Jennifer smiled at the way Scott blushed, the red flush working its way up from his neck to the top of his face.’
  • 48) ‘Now it was Gabe's turn to squirm and blush as crimson as roses.’
  • 49) ‘Anthony's hand brushed against mine ever so slightly as we were moving to get in, and I blushed a deep scarlet.’
  • 50) ‘She blushed a deep scarlet and I couldn't help but grin even more.’
  • 51) ‘She blushed scarlet, and saw that her father saw the whole thing, and was turning beat red.’
  • 52) ‘He blushed, discomfited by the five pairs of eyes staring at him, and ruffled his hair.’
  • 53) ‘But then, if financial scandals made you blush, the entire reconstruction of the country would be pretty mortifying.’
  • 54) ‘At one time, any hostess getting ready for a dinner party would blush for shame to think that she had bought her meal from a supermarket.’
  • 55) ‘I get blushing kidneys in front of urinals if there's someone else within five paces of me.’
  • 56) ‘I blush to think of such thanks for such crude work, but she was thankful.’
  • 57) ‘I've made a few people blush mind you, but the death toll is still at zero.’
  • 58) ‘From a distance, the blossoms look like pink clouds floating over blushing pools of fallen petals.’
  • 59) ‘As you might imagine, its name gives a vivid word picture for the color changes, blushing from ivory to pink and finally red when mature.’
  • 60) ‘From Thursday on, the television cameras will beam sumptuous shots of loblolly pines and blushing azaleas around the world.’
  • 61) ‘God knows what you said, but the dust beneath your feet blushed pink.’
  • 62) ‘But the mountain still blushes with the palest of pinks, suffusing the blues that give an inkling of the intense cold.’
  • 63) ‘Lor gave a faint, but apparent sign of a blush in her cheek.’
  • 64) ‘Their button black eyes looked her over and lingered on certain areas that made her feel very uncomfortable and brought a faint blush to her cheeks.’
  • 65) ‘Some of the comments are priceless and deserve to be preserved, with the hope that they might at some future date bring a blush of shame to the cheeks of the more honorable.’
  • 66) ‘They smiled warmly at each other and a faint blush appeared on her cheeks.’
  • 67) ‘When she spoke of sexual abuse, a faint blush crept up her cheeks.’
  • 68) ‘He raised his head to look at her, meeting her eyes and giving her a sly smile, causing a faint blush to appear on her cheeks.’
  • 69) ‘That old nick name never went away, bringing a blush to her cheeks every time, it was a sign that her father was happy to see her.’
  • 70) ‘‘You mean you,’ I pointed out, laughing when a faint blush crossed her cheeks.’
  • 71) ‘She cried outrageously, a faint blush coming to her cheeks.’
  • 72) ‘I shook my head, feeling a faint blush on my cheeks.’
  • 73) ‘She brushed her fingers on her lips, as she felt a faint blush appear.’
  • 74) ‘A blush reddens the silent girl's cheeks slowly, and Chester drops her fork in concern, eyes darting wildly from the girl to me.’
  • 75) ‘I felt like an idiot, and she could see the blush of shame in my face.’
  • 76) ‘A blush of anger and embarrassment heated her cheeks and her irritation was further stretched.’
  • 77) ‘I would be mortified cancelling someone who had flown 600 miles to see me, but important men don't sport the blush of shame.’
  • 78) ‘The blush of shame was upon her cheek, and she hung her head.’
  • 79) ‘I am not certain what to make of the tune but the video does bring a healthy blush to my cheeks.’
  • 80) ‘A deep blush of embarrassment at being caught starring outside the window heated her cheeks and she looked down her hands, resting on her lap.’
  • 81) ‘Brian noticed this, and broke out in a sudden blush of embarrassment.’
  • 82) ‘I could just picture her, her cheeks tinged with a faint blush, the way she always looked when she spoke to me.’
  • 83) ‘As he sprays reactive chemicals on the test strips, a pink blush spreads across the paper.’
  • 84) ‘From the front view was the setting sun giving a blush of pink, peach, orange and some purple.’
  • 85) ‘A bright hue, a rosy blush, pretty skin that's blemish free, and a plump shape - these are generally key for ripe fruits.’
  • 86) ‘As soft as a blush when one is complimented, a pink hue with the warm sweetness of jasmine in a bottle that too is a blush colour yet is more romantic in tone, luminous in feel.’
  • 87) ‘Pea-like flowers open to a lavender blush, then mellow to buff yellow and will perfume the garden from midsummer to autumn.’
  • 88) ‘Its general colouring is white tinged with rosy blush and it has two long red shaft tail streamers.’
  • 89) ‘Black, white and cream accentuated with shades of pink from soft blush through raspberry sorbet.’
  • 90) ‘The sun sets with every shade of blush and rose imaginable lacing across the horizon.’
  • 91) ‘The small, tubular flowers are a translucent white with the faintest blush of rose.’
  • 92) ‘In the Near East white apricots are common, with pale skin and pink blush.’
  • 93) ‘The market glittered with colour; the reds of the paprika, the deep blush of the red hot dried chillis.’
  • 94) ‘A vin gris or blush wine is made as above but with no maceration.’
  • 95) ‘Dry and semi-dry roses or blush wines exhibit fresh and fruity flavors and have a moderately high level of acidity.’
  • 96) ‘So, if he wants to drink a blush wine from California, he will, thank you.’
  • 97) ‘The many new world wines, with the exception of American blush wines, are bolder, fruitier and frequently more alcoholic and should really be included as a third category.’
  • 98) ‘She took some fresh tarragon and began tearing the leaves into tiny strips, dropping them into the blush wine that made the base of the marinade.’
  • 99) ‘I put on foundation, powder, blush, pale pink eye shadow, and pink lip-gloss.’
  • 100) ‘No blush or pink cheeks, she knew she would already be blushing by herself later on.’
  • 101) ‘Her face glowed, smooth and flawless, her cheeks slightly pink with the blush Angie had used.’
  • 102) ‘The pink blush on the models make the whole look ‘prettier’ than the look in the other magazine.’
  • 103) ‘She had used a light blush to make Mila's face pinker and a shimmery goldish-brown eyeshadow for her eyelids and dark, but not too dark, pink lipgloss for her mouth.’
  • 104) ‘She pictured herself with pink lipstick and violet nail polish and a little blush.’
  • 105) ‘I brushed a little blush on my pale cheeks, applied some blue eye shadow and light mascara, and combed my thick brown hair.’
  • 106) ‘She put on mascara, navy blue eyeliner, dark blue eye shadow, pale pink lipstick, and pale peach blush.’
  • 107) ‘Stick to powder blushes as well; cream formulas tend to make oily skin look even greasier.’
  • 108) ‘The lipsticks, eye shadows, blushes and translucent powder in this kit will help transform your looks in no time.’
  • 109) ‘The foundation made her look so pale she'd had to use the blush and lipstick to give her face some color.’
  • 110) ‘Then, with a blush brush, gently apply a light pink color along cheekbones.’
  • 111) ‘Skip blush and allow a bit of the skin's pink color to shine through on your cheeks.’
  • 112) ‘To get this look, Lori used silver shadow, a plummy cream blush and a white shimmer lip.’
  • 113) ‘With a little rose shaded lipstick and blush, she had to admit to herself that she looked hot.’
  • 114) ‘He was taking a baggie of what looked to be blush powder or something out of his pocket and evening out the skin tone.’
  • 115) ‘Remember to swipe an eye shadow or blush brush on the back of your hand before applying.’
  • 116) ‘I had on a huge amount of blush and my lips were tinted a sparkling pink.’
  • 117) ‘Look for a great flat-top blush brush, like this one, for a really natural look.’
  • 118) ‘She went through it carefully and then picked out black eyeliner, a skin tone colored eyeshadow, and a light pink blush.’
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