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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mash.
- adj. rather drunk
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In geology, noting rocks which are dynamically crushed and granulated.
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Freeter is the Japanese word mashed-up from freelance and arbeiter, which is from Arbeit, the German for part time work.
Some of these broadcasts I must draft while I'm out on the road traveling on what I call the mashed-potato circuit.
Downtown skyscrapers grow like knotweed, their universally rectilinear mirrored forms reflecting each other in mashed-potato parodies, but the people are elsewhere.
Outing anyone without their permission, be it name or religion or personal preference in mashed vs baked is wrong, and has no moral ground whatsoever to stand on.
Like a dog, we surrounded it in mashed potatoes before feeding it to the poor boy.
You have to try the Cheeseburger and the cream red skin mashed potatoes.
All of these entrees come with different sides, one of which is the red skin mashed potatoes, which are very creamy and quite tasty.
June 12, 2006 at 10: 45 AM goats milk and goats butter go insanely well in mashed/pureed dishes
Inspired by the craze over a dance called the mashed potato, the song was written in a few hours by Pickett and a musical colleague, Leonard Capizzi.
The purée potatoes, which he would have called mashed, were like no mashed potatoes he had ever sampled either on shipboard or in a sixpenny ordinary in England.
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