transitive verbbum-rushed, bum-rush·ing, bum-rush·es Slang
Origin of bum-rushbum 1 tramp rush 1
(third-person singular simple present bum-rushes, present participle bum-rushing, simple past and past participle bum-rushed)
- To force one's way into; to crash
Usage occurred May 4th, 1939 in James Joyce's Finnegans Wake meaning rapidly rushing towards and crashing against ("... came at this timecoloured place where we live in our paroqial fermament one tide on another, with a bumrush in a hull of a wherry, the twin turbane dhow,").