flush with

flush with something

1. Lit. even with something; sharing a surface with something. The edge of the sink is flush with the counter. The wood flooring is flush with the carpet so people won't trip.
2. Fig. [of a face] red with anger, embarrassment, rage, etc. He faced the woman he had dreamed about all his life. His face flushed with recognition and his heart pounded. Ellen's face flushed with embarrassment.
See also: flush
References in classic literature ?
By turns I shiver and flush with heat, and Thedora is greatly disturbed about me.
Q Installed in our a eight-year-old building are toilets that flush with 1.
In the report, Bill Gauley, principle and co-founder of Veritec, said that installation of the HydroRight can be "expected to save even more water if retrofitting toilets that flush with 3.
Some toilets have dual flush capabilities for different wastes, while others are designed to flush with 1.
How to flush with less water When you depress the handle of a typical toilet, gravity makes the water in the tank rush into the bowl, creating the siphon that carries the waste down the drain line.
Now, many of them are flush with excitement about the Champion toilet, which meets consumer demand for a powerful, maintenance-free toilet that does its work with just one flush.
A study by Impulse Research Corp found more than 40% of Americans using public restrooms flush with their feet rather than touch anything with their hands.
Herbst didn't want to touch the toilet so he would flush with his foot.