Examples from the Web for gusher
The doubling of the stock markets has created a gusher of capital gains taxes.
Uncertainty over dividend taxes spurred a gusher of special dividend payouts—7.5 times more than average.Fiscal Cliff Spurs Record Special Dividend Payouts|Matthew Zeitlin|December 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
(In fact, four years ago, I wrote a book on the topic, Gusher of Lies: The Dangerous Delusions of Energy Independence).
He scoffs at the recent recommendation of Donald Trump that the gusher can be plugged simply by blowing it up.
Environmentalists are in danger of missing the chance to give this gusher a name that will stick in the historical record.It's a Disaster: We Should Rename the Gulf "Spill"|Dominique Browning|May 25, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Indeed Mr. Gusher so turned his guns on Mr. Romer as to make his position extremely uncomfortable.
Mr. Gusher placed his hand to his heart again, bowed his head gracefully, and assumed a sentimental air.
And there was such a distinguished air about Gusher, that Bowling Green was half inclined to look on him with favor.
When dinner was over Mr. Gusher escorted Mattie back into the parlor.
Mr. Gusher rested for two hours, and then re-appeared in the parlor, so exquisitely dressed and made up.
British Dictionary definitions for gusher
Word Origin and History for gusher
"oil well that flows without pumping," 1886, agent noun from gush. Earlier in a sense of "overly effusive person" (1864).