surge of blood
A seawall at Herrington was broached by the surge , destroying large sections of docks.
I had just crouched down to pick it up when everyone naturally decided to surge forward.
His glove resisted destruction, but it became super hot and the sheer force of the surge almost propelled him out into the engine room.
It naturally caused a sensation and there was a temporary surge of interest.
Sophie felt a surge of anger
the firm predicted a 20% surge in sales
The only serious injury was sustained by a club steward who fell down stairs at the stadium during a crowd surge .
Monstrous storms descend from the Artic circle, blanketing Europe in snow, sending a tidal surge across the US east coast, and flattening the west.
Television appeals to emotion, a surge of emotion, and it doesn't really make much difference what the emotion is about.