back rush

back rush

[′bak ‚rəsh]
(oceanography)
Return of water seaward after the uprush of the waves.
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Those at the back rush around; the first in the queue are last
Liverpool were ahead in the 58th minute thanks to John Barnes' spot-kick conversion after Gunners defender Linighan had held back Rush.
The Seahawks are the first team in NFL history to have a running back rush for at least four touchdowns and a quarterback with more than 100 rushing yards in the same game.