OTHER WORDS FROM onrushonrushing, adjective
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How to use onrush in a sentence
When the slide ended and the air cleared, Campbell could see Hjertaas, who had avoided the onrush of debris, but Kosakoski was missing.
The existing ISSCR guidelines, issued in 2016, are being updated because of an onrush of new, boundary-busting research.Scientists plan to drop the 14-day embryo rule, a key limit on stem cell research|Antonio Regalado|March 16, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The Germans were taken completely by surprise, and gave way before the impetuous onrush.Ypres and the Battles of Ypres|Unknown
Their red jersies flaming in the sun, they were like the onrush of a flaming prairie fire.Red Dynamite|Roy J. Snell
At the sight of their onrush Dorothy caught up the pouch she had dropped and started to retreat—too late!Dorothy|Evelyn Raymond
She remembered everything now, and with this sudden onrush of memory of the past, came fuller consciousness of the present."Unto Caesar"|Baroness Emmuska Orczy
For a long time Italy maintained neutrality, but the onrush of conditions forced her into the war, also on the side of the Allies.