bum-rush

bum-rush

(bŭm′rŭsh′)
tr.v. bum-rushed, bum-rush·ing, bum-rush·es Slang
To charge at or into (a person or place): groupies who bum-rushed the musician's dressing room.

[bum, tramp + rush.]

bum′-rush′


v.t. Slang.
to force one's way into; crash.
[1985–90]
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But in the case of Bieber and the search for the next teen heartthrob, the pace at which it s happening appears as frenzied as the girls who bum-rush Bieber for autographs after shows.
It certainly can be argued that no amount of positive intervention could have deflected the thuggish and bizarre leadership of North Korea from its bum-rush into the nuclear club, but one observation can be made with some confidence: When dealing with a paranoid it is perhaps best not to nurture his most dangerous delusions.
When the man opened the door to let her in, he was suddenly bum-rushed by two male burglars who were waiting outside.
As Jake presented Tony with the coveted trophy and the check, Tony's band Hell on Earth bum-rushed the stage, broke the video screen, and fumbled around for a while.
TWO BRITISH LORDS allowed themselves to be brusquely bum-rushed from a London pub in July, for the crime of performing jazz without a license.
The unsuspecting victim opened the door only to be bum-rushed by two masked intruders.
PAM's opening bell was supposed to have sounded this month, but the idea proved so plainly and immediately repugnant, members of the Bush administration quickly bum-rushed poor PAM out the door.
"Those are the people who bum-rushed the stage and pushed us all the way over to the other side," added Catanzaro, who credited Khan s father and uncle with acting as peacemakers.