One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A rushing out of something; a violent outflow.‘he saw an outrush of water as the tide went out’
verb[WITH OBJECT]American Football
Carry the ball further forward than (another player or team); surpass in rushing.‘Williams might outrush Okoeye’
- ‘This year, with a national championship bid at stake, the Vols outrushed the Gators 242-36.’
- ‘But he outrushed them all, topping their combined yardage by more than 400 and becoming Pittsburgh's first 1,000-yard rusher since Bettis in 2001.’
- ‘Still, they were unable to do so, as the Jets outrushed the Texans 210-83, and they held onto the football for almost ten minutes more than the Texans.’
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