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Sentence count:294+11 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-13Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: billowflowgushmountrushstreamswellwavewhirlSimilar words: surgeonsurgeryinsurgenturgeurgentburgerurgencybourgeoisMeaning: [sɜrdʒ /sɜːdʒ]  n. 1. a sudden forceful flow 2. a sudden or abrupt strong increase 3. a large sea wave. v. 1. rise and move, as in waves or billows 2. rise rapidly 3. rise or move forward 4. rise or heave upward under the influence of a natural force such as a wave 5. see one's performance improve. 
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1. The surge travelled southwards along the coast.
2. I felt a huge surge of relief and happiness.
3. He felt a surge of pure adrenalin as he won the race.
4. The surge in the power supply knocked out all the computers.
5. His initial surge of euphoria was quickly followed by dismay.
6. She felt a surge of excitement when she heard the song.
7. Specialists see various reasons for the recent surge in inflation.
8. An unexpected surge in electrical power caused the computer to crash.
9. Another surge of pain in my ankle caused me to give an involuntary shudder.
10. A surge of people poured through the gates.
11. There has been a surge in house prices recently.
12. She was overwhelmed by a surge of remorse.
13. He felt a violent surge of annoyance.
14. She felt a surge of excitement run through her.
15. A surge of joy rushed through her body.
16. He experienced that familiar surge of excitement.
17. She felt a sudden surge of anger.
18. A great surge of emotion swept through him.
19. He felt a surge of recklessness.
20. The storm surge caused widespread flooding.
21. I felt a surge of panic when I realized my mistake.
22. The surge in US share prices reverberated across the globe.
23. The governor has enjoyed a huge surge in the polls in the wake of last week's convention.
24. After an initial surge of interest[sentencedict .com], there has been little call for our services.
25. A stagnant economy combined with a surge in the number of teenagers is likely to have contributed to rising crime levels in the US.
26. The surge in car sales was regarded as an encouraging pointer to an improvement in the economy.
27. A last-minute surge in ticket sales saved the show from closure.
28. His instructor offered a more prosaic explanation for the surge in interest.
29. The church doors would open and the crowd would surge out.
30. We are having trouble keeping up with the recent surge in demand.
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