bum rush

bum rush

To attack or barge into a person or place forcefully and/or violently. The bouncer wasn't letting anyone in, even though there was plenty of space inside, so we all decided to bum rush him. Everyone bum rushed the stage after the amazing concert.
See also: bum, rush
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Lee's bum rush Lee Dixon was taking no chances on the way to Hampden, keeping his backside well out of booting distance as fellow ITV pundit Ally McCoist sized up striking an early blow for Scots.
We'd hear where Toy Machine was and try to get kids to bum rush their van with a sticker barrage unprecedented on this planet.
Bum Rush The Show, Rebel Without a Pause, It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back and Fear of a Black Planet, fans can look forward to an unmissable show.
Bum Rush the Show, with its standout tracks like You're Gonna Get Yours, Miuzi Weighs a Ton, Rightstarter (Message to a Black Man) and Public Enemy no 1.
His most recent publication credits include Blood and Bone: An Anthology of Black Southern Writing and Bum Rush the Page: A Def Poetry Jam.
LEN: You Can't Stop The Bum Rush (Work) - They stole our sunshine but we wouldn't steal this.
Finally, has it really been almost 20 years since Public Enemy released "Yo, Bum Rush the Show?
Bum Rush The Show, Fear Of A Black Planet, with the group's signature tune Fight The Power and their last shop-released album, There's A Poison Going On.
Bum Rush the Page: A Def Poetry Jam edited by Tony Medina and Louis Reyes Rivera Three Rivers Press, October 2001, $12.
Bum Rush the Page stands, spins and balances itself on this paradox, crafted out of forces both audible and visual, both political and personal.
A simple but beautiful construction of Bum Rush the Page is to state the poet's name, at the end of the poem.