Definition of surge:
stack, hasten, twinge, go through the roof, heave up, surf, hatful, a mad dash/rush, deal, mass, whizz along, flush, great deal, grow, alternating current, blackout, balloon, breaker, arc, invigorate, hang glide, wad, thrill, color, good deal, flash, double, muckle, active, escalate, tide, charge, haste, increase, spate, multiply, rush, quite a little, reinforce, slew, inflate, gag, zoom, heighten, fit, boot, gallop, raise, hustle, impulse, pot, grip, bolster, peck, dart, strengthen, soar upwards, flock, sailplane, tidy sum, pant, stiffen, rise, wallow, roll, come over, brownout, jump, leap, race, retch, engulf, mountain, panic, speed, spurt, passel, outpace, wave, scramble, plenty, warp, heap, bang, AC, gasp, hurry, sharpen, outburst, buckle, pile, dash, stampede, mess, freshet, soar, flood, mint, sweep over, toughen, a race against time, harden, arc light, upsurge, sight, zoom along, scend, be quick on your feet, growth, step up, fly, soar up, heave, swell, mickle, batch, scurry, pulse, add to, spasm, lot, intensify, puff, run, whizz, heft up, explosion, raft, upswing, rushing, heft, billow, go up, kick.
- "Virginia", Ellen Glasgow.
- "The Irish at the Front", Michael MacDonagh.
- "Black Oxen", Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton.