- noun1》 an oil well from which oil flows profusely without being pumped.2》 an effusive person.
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Gusher — Gush er, n. One who gushes. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
gusher — oil well that flows without pumping, 1886, agent noun from GUSH (Cf. gush). Earlier in a sense of overly effusive person (1864) … Etymology dictionary
gusher — [gush′ər] n. 1. a person who gushes ☆ 2. an oil well from which oil spouts without being pumped … English World dictionary
gusher — n. oil well from which oil gushes to hit a gusher * * * [ gʌʃə] [ oil well from which oil gushes ] to hit a gusher … Combinatory dictionary
gusher — noun Date: 1864 one that gushes; specifically an oil well with a copious natural flow … New Collegiate Dictionary
gusher — /gush euhr/, n. 1. a flowing oil well, usually of large capacity. 2. a person who gushes. [1860 65; GUSH + ER1] * * * … Universalium
gusher — noun a) One that gushes b) An oil well that has a natural flow and so no pumping is needed … Wiktionary
gusher — An abundant flow of fluid. perilymphatic g. abnormal flow of perilymph when the footplate of the stapes is perforated; occurs in X linked mixed deafness (DFN 3) due to a mutation of the POU3F4 … Medical dictionary
gusher — gush|er [ˈgʌʃə US ər] n a place in the ground where oil or water comes out very forcefully, so that a pump is not needed … Dictionary of contemporary English
gusher — gush|er [ gʌʃər ] noun count an OIL WELL that does not need a pump because the oil flows up easily by itself … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
gusher — gushÂ·er || gÊŒÊƒÉ™(r) n. oil well … English contemporary dictionary