Definition of Flush it
1. Verb. Fail to get a passing grade. "Did I fail the test?"
Related verbs: Fail, Fail
Derivative terms: Bomb, Failing
Lexicographical Neighbors of Flush It
Literary usage of Flush it
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hoyle's Games: Containing the Rules for Playing Fashionable Games, with by Edmond Hoyle (1887)
"If you hold 4 flush cards of clubs, as above, and be. ing dealer, call 2 for a flush, it is, in the first instance, 37 to 18, or about 2 to 1, ..."
2. Hoyle's Improved Edition of the Rules for Playing Fashionable Games by Edmond Hoyle (1830)
"... as ahove, and heing dealer, call 2 for a flush, it is, in the first instance, 37 to 18, or ahout 2 to 1. against you ; and in the second instance, ..."
3. Water-waste Prevention: Its Importance and the Evils Due to Its Neglect by Henry Coddington Meyer (1885)
"This quantity makes what is called the after-flush. It will also be noticed that in this cistern there is no overflow-pipe communicating with the water- ..."
4. Foster's Complete Hoyle: An Encyclopedia of All the Indoor Games Played at by Robert Frederick Foster (1897)
"It is 4j^ to 1 against filling a four-card flush. It is 23 to 1 against ... a three-card flush. It is 95 to i against filling a two- card ..."
5. American Highway Engineers' Handbook by Arthur Horace Blanchard (1919)
"In the first ease, 2400 grams of snow at 0.2° С (32.3° F) required 26 640 cu cm of water at 9Û G (48° F) to flush it off; while in the second case 2350 ..."
6. A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to by Robert Nares (1859)
"... and so was flush. It appears that fifty-five, eldest hand, being the highest game in numbers, was a most promising game to stand upon, or set up one's ..."