Definition of uprush in English:

uprush

Syllabification: up·rush
Pronunciation: /ˈəpˌrəSH
 
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noun

A sudden upward surge or flow, especially of a feeling: an uprush of joy
More example sentences
  • Jenna closed her eyes, light dancing around her, her long hair blowing backwards from a sudden uprush of air.

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