"blushing," 1880, from a- (1) + flush (v.).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Examples from the Web for aflush

Historical Examples of aflush

  • The first monthly volume of the new series may fairly be said to be aflush with the finest promise.

    A Book of Burlesque

    Willam Davenport Adams

  • As Belle-Ann looked straight into his eyes, her face was now all aflush with pleasure and the baffling dimples were at play.

    The Red Debt

    Everett MacDonald

  • She tossed the curls back from her lovely be-dimpled features, all aflush now.

    The Red Debt

    Everett MacDonald

  • "Go ahead," the quarter-deck bade him, seeing him aflush with information.

    The Mystery

    Stewart Edward White and Samuel Hopkins Adams