adjective, rush·i·er, rush·i·est.
Origin of rushy
Examples from the Web for rushy
Historical Examples of rushy
"The bog-bane to the rushy curragh, say I, Nancy," said Pete.The Manxman
Just one glance, Rushy, but he sees it's your windows, and you're in for it.A Widow's Tale and Other Stories
Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant
The nests of the Little Grebe may be found floating in every rushy pool.Wild Spain (Espaa agreste)
They have often been seen on their backs on the roads of rushy Dedah, and many a fat steer have they left with me.
This arises from the turfy roots of the rushy tribe of plants, which, though killed by the draining, still occupy the ground.Lachesis Lapponica
Carl von Linn