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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mash.

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Examples

  • Soft drinks include phosphates, ginger ale, coca cola, birch beer, root beer, and various other drinks called mashes, sours, and freezes.

    Woman's Institute Library of Cookery Volume 5: Fruit and Fruit Desserts; Canning and Drying; Jelly Making, Preserving and Pickling; Confections; Beverages; the Planning of Meals

  • The "mashes" and the "crushes" of school-life are not even good imitations.

    The Family and it's Members

  • MM: Streetwear really crosses over with skate, with snowboards, hip-hop and it all kind of mashes together in the counter-culture … It's an industry that isn't sold in big malls; it's an industry that's sold in small boutiques.

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  • It kind of mashes together into a big pile of noise in the middle, but the whole thing just sounds like Danja had a ton of fun creating it.

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  • It kind of mashes together into a big pile of noise in the middle, but the whole thing just sounds like Danja had a ton of fun creating it.

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  • Gumi is remarkably similar to the real thing, although it kind of mashes the bread and azuki flavors together into a single corn syrup concoction.

    Verbal Spew

  • Only children [23] illustrate differing effects of isolation, while "mashes" and "crushes" and ultra-crony-ism with "selfishness for two" show the results of abnormal restriction of the irradiation of the social instinct which should now occur. [

    Youth: Its Education, Regimen, and Hygiene

  • Stocking; "smoked cigarettes; and talked about their" mashes "in other cities in a way that made Albert grateful that he had been introduced by his first name only.

    Uncle Terry A Story of the Maine Coast

  • "A video advertisement on CBS's Web site that 'mashes' material from the iconic

    Rational Review

  • Mr. DeVille's originals were intricate mashes of blues, soul and rock, and he struck an emotional chord with the English, who identified with his hypnotic melodies, lovesick lyrics and tortured stage persona.

    Brilliant, Shook-Up Guy

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