gush (out) from (someone or something)

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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!
See also: gush
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Korak had not needed her aid, for the great bull had been already as good as dead, with the blood gushing from his torn jugular; but Korak rose smiling with a word of approbation for his helper.
Furthermore, students need to distinguish socially approved uses of gushing from those that are less appropriate.
Summary: Washington, July 05, 2010, SPA -- Tests of a giant Taiwanese tanker to collect oil gushing from a ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico would continue after initial trials were deemed inconclusive because of rough seas, dpa reported.
ESTIMATES suggest 40,000 barrels a day have been gushing from the well.
A MILKMAN saved an elderly man from harm when he saw water gushing from his home.
Petrol gushing from a ruptured Nigeria pipeline caught fire yesterday as villagers scavenged for free fuel, sparking an inferno that killed up to 200 people and left charred bodies scattered around the site.