“When that whistle was blown in The Sound of Music, you made my day,” Arianda gushed.
InStyle magazine featured the event in a Weddings special issue, interviewing the newlyweds who gushed about each other.
But the transformation that Jowell gushed about simply never materialized.
But that day at the London, Zemeckis gushed that “no one is more supportive of Staar than Bob.”
I just gushed about my husband and he never brought it up again.
“Father was called away, and it was so dreary—I just ran over to see everyone,” gushed Tavia.
One morning he found that the oil had gushed in nearly to the top of the well.
It gushed everywhere, reminding him of another Spring he had known among the mountains.
At first it seemed to be rushing in as fast as it gushed out.
Thyme faced round; there was a sort of passion in her darkened eyes, rimmed pink with grief, and in all her gushed, wet face.
12c., gosshien "make noises in the stomach," later (c.1400) "rush out suddenly, pour out," probably formed imitativeally in English under influence of Old Norse gusa "to gush, spurt," related to geyser. Metaphoric sense of "speak in an effusive manner" first recorded 1873. Related: Gushed; gushing. The noun is 1680s, from the verb.