flush right


adjective

See under flush2(def 8).

Definition for flush right (2 of 2)

Origin of flush

2
First recorded in 1540–50; perhaps all sense developments of flush1
Related formsflush·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for flush right (1 of 4)

flush

1
/ (flʌʃ) /

verb

noun

adjective

having a ruddy or heightened colour
Derived Formsflusher, noun

Word Origin for flush

C16 (in the sense: to gush forth): perhaps from flush ³

British Dictionary definitions for flush right (2 of 4)

Derived Formsflushness, noun

Word Origin for flush

C18: probably from flush 1 (in the sense: spring out)

British Dictionary definitions for flush right (3 of 4)

flush

3
/ (flʌʃ) /

verb

(tr) to rouse (game, wild creatures, etc) and put to flight

Word Origin for flush

C13 flusshen, perhaps of imitative origin

British Dictionary definitions for flush right (4 of 4)

flush

4
/ (flʌʃ) /

noun

(in poker and similar games) a hand containing only one suit

Word Origin for flush

C16: from Old French flus, from Latin fluxus flux
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Medicine definitions for flush right

flush

[ flŭsh ]

v.

To turn red, as from fever, heat, or strong emotion; blush.
To clean, rinse, or empty with a rapid flow of a liquid, especially water.

n.

An act of cleansing or rinsing with a flow of water.
A reddening of the skin, as with fever, emotion, or exertion.
A brief sensation of heat over all or part of the body.

adj.

Having surfaces in the same plane; even.
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