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gush (forth) from (someone or something)

To rush or flow out of someone or something in an uncontrolled manner. We had to turn around because water was gushing forth from the fire hydrant at the end of the street. I got so flustered when I saw him that the words that just started gushing from me—I don't even know what I said!
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gush (forth) out of (someone or something)

To rush or flow out of someone or something in an uncontrolled manner. We had to turn around because water was gushing forth out of the fire hydrant at the end of the street. I got so flustered when I saw him that the words that just started gushing out of me—I don't even know what I said!
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gush (out) from (someone or something)

To rush or flow out of someone or something in an uncontrolled manner. We had to turn around because water was gushing out from the fire hydrant at the end of the street. I got so flustered when I saw him that the words that just started gushing from me—I don't even know what I said!
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gush with (something)

To rush or flow with something in an uncontrolled manner. We had to turn around because the fire hydrant at the end of the street was gushing with water.
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gush over (someone or something)

1. To rush or flow over someone or something in an uncontrolled manner. The water from the fire hydrant gushed over the street, making it impossible to pass.
2. To speak about someone or something with great energy and enthusiasm. Charlie must really like you—he gushes over you every chance he gets. Gina's editor keeps gushing over her brilliant manuscript.
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gush (forth) (from someone or something)

 and gush (forth) (out of someone or something); gush (out) (from someone or something) to spout out of someone or something.
(Can be words, water, blood, vomit, etc. The optional elements cannot be transposed.) The blood gushed forth from his wound. Curses gushed forth from Sharon. Water gushed forth out of the broken pipe. The words gushed out from her mouth. The curses gushed from her mouth in torrents.

gush over someone or something

 
1. Lit. [for liquid] to flood over someone or something. The floodwaters gushed over the farmland. The hot soup gushed over the cook as the huge pot tipped over.
2. Fig. [for someone] to heap praise, flattery, and compliments on someone or something. Aunt Mattie always gushed over us children so much that we dreaded her coming. All the guests gushed over my beet salad.
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gush with something

[for something] to flow with something. The stream gushed with the sudden runoff of the storm. The faucet gushed with brownish water, so I turned it off.
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gush over

v.
To speak or write about something or someone with wild enthusiasm: They returned from the new store and gushed over the great shoes they had bought.
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Causes of gushing that have been suggested by sparkling winemakers and researchers in published studies can broadly be divided into three categories: 1) bottle handling and disgorging environment, 2) wine composition and 3) packaging materials (see Figure l).
The results examined the extent to which students engaged in gushing and emotionality and whether they did so in appropriate and effective ways.
Gushing a little more, she added: "I'm really loved-up as we've just had a romantic Valentine's day together and Richard got me loads of presents.
The milkman, who does not want to be named, was on his rounds in Dalton when he saw the water gushing out of a door at a bungalow on Cross Cottages at 5am yesterday.
What they share most sharily with oil is gushing ability.
This fiery volcano has been gushing lava (erupted molten rock) for more than 20 years.
And with all the packed beaches and high rise blocks I just couldn't see what they were gushing about.
It's possible but unlikely, they note, that the craft would pass over a gully just as water was gushing out.
While model Gandy was busy schmoozing movie execs with an acting career in mind, I'd Do Anything star Sam was busy gushing about her new beau.
He obliges all requests for photos and autographs and graciously accepts all gushing compliments.
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And then a flurry of punches in a span of about 10 or 15 seconds seconds left Chavez's face a bloody mess, with blood gushing not only from his eye but his nose too.
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Summary: BP has begun work to remove a containment cap atop its gushing Gulf of Mexico oil leak and replace it with a bigger cap.
In the 10 years since Lawrence began gushing over strangers through Rent-A-Fan Club, she's grown philosophical about the experience.