All the reserve of womanhood fell away from her in the inrush of emotions.
This tradition had been interrupted by the inrush of the wild libertarianism of the desert.
Who would not be irritated by a splinter, he asks, if the irritation leads to such an inrush of divine power and grace?
This action, which is quite likely, must have resulted from the inrush of water on the port side.
There was a slight jump to the boat's nose, but with the inrush of water as Foster went out, it sank.
Then I feel, at first only faintly, something like an inrush of electric fluid.
Seeing him, the woman tottered to her feet with a cry of alarm, and shaded her bleared eyes from the inrush of daylight.
He choked back the inrush of memories and brushed away a tear.
When he felt the inrush of air on his hands, which were then above his head, Jack reached forward.
As he spoke there was a terrifying crash of glass and an inrush of water.