True, the Taliban is surging in Afghanistan, but the Taliban is not Al-Qaeda, even if they sometimes agreed on tactics.
She was gone, nothing but the frantic solbreeders and the surging, howling subdead.
But, as his surging career proves, may also have been inevitable.
Women are surging in national security roles, bringing unique perspectives and skills with them.
surging crowds of demonstrators faced off with riot police along a heavily guarded street.
As he passed the Dudley home his breast was surging with unconquerable feelings.
What must he do to get a decisive share in the surging, rolling tumult about him?
Just as we clear our eyes off her, from seaward behind us comes an Arab dhow, a ship from the past, surging along finely!
The surging of a seizing; new rope stretching to the strain.
Manu gathered together all the different seeds and “set sail in an excellent vessel on the surging sea”.
late 15c., "fountain, stream," probably from Middle French sourge-, stem of sourdre "to rise, swell," from Latin surgere "to rise," contraction of surrigere "to rise," from sub "up from below" + regere "to keep straight, guide" (see regal). Meaning "high, rolling swell of water" is from 1520s; figurative sense of "excited rising up" (as of feelings) is from 1510s.
1510s, from surge (n.). Related: Surged; surging.