OTHER WORDS FROM inrushin·rush·ing, noun, adjective
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Who would not be irritated by a splinter, he asks, if the irritation leads to such an inrush of divine power and grace?
Involuntarily he gasped; an inrush of water followed; a moment of intense irritation, and then a period of utter insouciance.The Thick of the Fray at Zeebrugge|Percy F. Westerman
Each snipping off is of course followed by an inrush of air.
My grace is sufficient for thee--the inrush of the grace turned Mrs. Booth's fierce struggle into a ceaseless song!
In well-preserved tins he would have found, not an outrush of gas, but an inrush of water.