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Everyone made a rush for the refreshments.
Commuters jostled in a frantic rush to get off the train.
He opened the door and felt a rush of cold night air.
Sorry about the rush, but we need the pictures tomorrow.
Sorry, I can’t stop. I’m in a rush.
He was in no rush to leave.
I knew that I’d finished the paper in a rush, and that the final paragraph was poor.
There was a mad rush to get the house tidy before they arrived.
A last-minute rush by Christmas shoppers boosted sales.
There has been a rush of foreign investment in the country.
We’ve had a rush on mobile phones this week.
There was a rush to buy tickets for the concert.
Anne felt a rush of affection for the wise old woman.
He fought down a sudden rush of panic.
I felt an incredible rush as I jumped from the plane.
It was such a rush, realizing that this tiny baby was my child.
Lee left London at six o’clock to avoid the rush.
I decided to brave the Saturday morning rush at the supermarket.
Beat the morning rush by walking to work.