adv. & a.1.In a flushed or blushing state.
1.On a level.
The bank is . . . aflush with the sea.
- Swinburne.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Coffee-shops have been aflush with gossip that Bank of Cyprus will be in need of new capital.
The crowd was aflush with flags of the different affiliated parties.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis's office is aflush with a whopping 50,000 postcards from aACAysisters' demanding toilet facilities for women in Mumbai, an official said here on Thursday.
The Islamic capital market now stands aflush with more than US 230 billion in outstanding sukuk papers, having developed as a crucial platform for international liquidity and fund raising activities, it said.
The Bastion Point, aflush with colour, is a good pointer towards Auckland's immaculately manicured lawns.
If you have a nut straight then you still have to watch out for the pair on the board which could be a full house or quads, but you have to be careful that someone else hasn't also made aflush.