- n. The characteristic of being mushy.
- n. falsely emotional in a maudlin way
- n. a mushy pulpy softness
“That part always gets me going because it betrays a kind of mushiness in thinking that I should have thought a decade of writing by scores of advocates would have driven away.”
“And attempts to delay field openings until the "mushiness" reduces have been difficult to execute.”
“This is one of those holdovers from childhood and my lack of regard for butternut squash has to do with its "mushiness" which the risotto accentuated.”
“mushiness" is something I need in order to establish security in a relationship.”
“There was a mushiness about her, as if her muscle tone was utterly gone.”
“Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie offers competence but mushiness, by Robert Battey.”
“I on the other hand love playdough – the texture, the mushiness and especially the smell.”
“Night and day, not daring to stop for fear of the imminent freeze - up, they dared to run, an increasing mushiness of ice running with them.”
“The generous scoop of guac and the not-in-season tomato kind of did blend with the consistency of the burger to be a whole lot of mushiness in a few bites, but the burger was topped with lettuce, cucumbers a red onion, so there was a nice contrast of crunchy texture as I chomped along.”
“Television is bringing back something that hasnât been seen in a while: mushiness.”
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