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Difference between Flesh out and Flush out

Flesh out means to expand or give substance to something (e.g., plan or idea).

  • He promised to flesh out the details of his reorganization next week.

Flush out means to force someone or something out of hiding or to clean something (usually with water).

  • The police fired tear gas to flush out the criminals.
  • He used green tea and a lot of water to flush out his system.