The doctor wanted to flush Haley's eyes with a special solution.2. To become red in the face because of heat, emotion, anger, etc.: Selma always used to flush when her new boyfriend's name was mentioned.
3. To even or level with another surface: Willie told the carpenter that the bookshelves and the wall should flush with each other.
The article in the paper provided information to flesh out the details of the engineering project to raise the level of the road to flush with the sidewalk.
The details of the article made the engineer flush with anger because the plans were supposed to be secret.
2. To put something into the toilet and to flush it.
3. To clean or to clear something by liberally pouring water or another liquid into, on, or through it.
4. To remove deposits of rock fragments and other debris by flushing them with a high-velocity stream of water.
5. Etymology: from Latin fluxus, "flux"; from fluere, "to flow".
2. A small tank filled with water to flush a toilet.