gush (forth) from (someone or something)

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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!
See also: gush
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The dying horse has red blood gushing from it's nose and mouth with a gun shot wound in the loins out of which comes not red blood but bold black graphite (?) lines.