gushingly


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Adv.1.gushingly - in a gushing manner; "a gushingly prolific writer"
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gushingly

gush

(gaʃ) verb
1. (of liquids) to flow out suddenly and in large amounts. Blood gushed from his wound.
2. to exaggerate one's enthusiasm etc while talking. The lady kept gushing about her husband's success.
noun
a sudden flowing (of a liquid). a gush of water.
ˈgushing adjective
speaking or spoken in an exaggerated manner. gushing remarks; She's a bit too gushing for me.
ˈgushingly adverb
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The exceedingly and intriguingly varying topography, from high-rise, snow-capped mountains in Chitral, Naran and Gilgit-Baltistan, lush-green hills of Azad Kashmir, and rocky ranges of Sulaiman and Kirthar in Balochistan to fecund plains of Punjab, gushingly torrent rivers and their tributaries, Thar, Thal and Kharan deserts with crisp golden sand glowing under the sun, accessible and serene beaches in Karachi and Gwadar, historical sites like Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa, religious sites including Gurudwaras and temples, and way-too developed metropolitan cities are surely irresistible and fascinating attractions for tourists from across the globe.
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