Definition of Rush along

1. Verb. Move fast. "They rush along up the hill"; "The cars raced down the street"


Lexicographical Neighbors of Rush Along

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rusalkas
rusalki
rusalky
rusas
rusbank
rusbanks
ruscuses
ruse
ruses
rush
rush'd
rush(a)
rush-hour
rush along (current term)
rush aster
rush away
rush candle
rush family
rush hour
rush nut
rush off
rush out
rush rose
rushbuckler
rushbucklers
rushed
rushed behind

Literary usage of Rush along

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Complete Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott by Walter Scott (1900)
"... Entangling, as they rush along, The war-march with the funeral song ? — Small ground is now for boding fear; Obscure, but safe, we rest us here. ..."

2. Laconics, Or The Best Words of the Best Authors: Or the Best Words of the by John Timbs (1856)
"... let him rush along : And when in the last pangs of life he lies, Grant I may stand to dart him with my eyes ; Nay, after death, Pursue his spotted soul, ..."

3. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"To throw or cast, to dash ; to throw or cast with force or violence ; to whirl, or roll, or rush along, or about " And where ever he ..."

4. Starboard and Port: The "Nettie" Along Shore by George Hughes Hepworth (1876)
"It was fair though, coming in over the larboard quarter, so that we could rush along with start-sheets—and rush along we did. If ever a vessel felt herself ..."

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