Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Consisting of soft mud, or of snow and water; resembling slush.
- n. Same as slusher.
- adj. Covered in slush.
- adj. Having the consistency of slush.
- adj. of a person Soupy.
- n. A flavoured frozen drink made with ice crystals.
- n. Australia, colloquial, slang A kitchen helper.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Abounding in slush; characterized by soft mud or half-melted snow.
- adj. effusively or insincerely emotional
- adj. being or resembling melting snow
- From slush + -y (Wiktionary)
“I had gone to the Billa at San Basilio and the trip home involved three boats which wandered about, long layovers at boat stops, a substitute bus, and a long walk home from Ferrovia in slushy, highwater-washed walkways.”
“Cold as snow, gray as ashes, they fell and fell, filling the hall with something which recalled a slushy day in early autumn.”
“At Cedar Crest visibility was reduced to a mile in all directions with State Road 14 described as slushy and slick.”
“Our equipment would have made it worse earlier with the warmer temperatures, and leave more of a mess," he said, calling the slushy, brown snow "oatmeal.”
“For Jaclyn Hagmaier of Dayton, that means tweaking the recipe so the outcome is more of an ice pop slushy, which is easier for her”
“Shweta & T.L. mark two more authors I pulled out of the slush, so it's a very "slushy" issue.”
“You look down here on the ground, you got some places where it's kind of slushy, but then if you walk over to areas like this, you can't tell, our photojournalist needs to hop here, you're probably in the areas where you have this kind of ice like that.”
“Pinkhamster- I have tried a "slushy" with chocolate flavoring before that I made out of sheer curiosity once.”
“It's just basically kind of slushy, so you can see cars are able to maneuver pretty well around here.”
“There was a kind of slushy roaring above, a sharp crack or two as of some monster whip, and a sudden gust filled the gully.”
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