The influx of troops was hampered by the outrush of civilians.
There is an outrush of something, said Becher and Stahl, and this something is the "principle of fire."
Officers and men were dashing, as only Britons can dash, each striving to outrush the other towards the lair of the enemy.
But such an outrush of a nation in all directions implied the quick growth of diverse interests and opposing policies.
In well-preserved tins he would have found, not an outrush of gas, but an inrush of water.
Here the step most vital to success, the sine qua non, was to keep that outside door open for the outrush of two hundred men.
There appears to be an outrush of something from the burning substance.
The confidence came with an outrush of feeling, a wealth of expression and expressive gestures.