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From a- +‎ gush.

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agush (not comparable)

  1. In a gushing manner; gushingly.
    • 1858 September 23 (date written), Nathaniel Hawthorne, “September 23rd, [1858]”, in Passages from the French and Italian Note-books of Nathaniel Hawthorne, volume II, London: Strahan & Co., [], published 1871, →OCLC, page 179:
      The cider-making of New England is far more picturesque; the great heap of golden or rosy apples under the trees, and the cider-mill worked by a circumgiratory horse, and all agush with sweet juice.

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