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flush1 US English

(Of a person’s skin or face) become red and hot, typically as the result of illness or strong emotion

flush2 US English

Completely level or even with another surface

flush3 US English

(In poker) a hand of cards all of the same suit

flush4 US English

A piece of wet ground over which water flows without being confined to a definite channel

flush1 US Thesaurus

Shane flushed in embarrassment

flush2 US Thesaurus

the company was flush with cash

hot flush US English

British term for hot flash.

low-flush US English

Designating a toilet, urinal, etc., with a flushing mechanism that uses significantly less water than a conventional one.

mud flush US English

A flow of drilling mud.

nut flush US English

An ace-high flush; the best available flush.

four flush US English

A poker hand of little value, having four cards of the same suit and one of another

over-flush US English

Having an abundance; excessively flush. Frequently with with or (formerly) of. Chiefly predicative.

royal flush US English

A straight flush including ace, king, queen, jack, and ten all in the same suit, which is the hand of the highest possible value when wild cards are not in use

busted flush US English

(In poker) a hand containing four cards of the same suit and one of a different suit

straight flush US English

(In poker or brag) a hand of cards all of one suit and in a continuous sequence (for example, the seven, eight, nine, ten, and jack of spades)

flushed US English

(Of a person) excited or elated by something

hot flash US English

A sudden feeling of feverish heat, typically as a symptom of menopause

royal straight flush in royal straight US English

(More fully royal straight flush) = royal flush.