Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of mashie.

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Examples

  • I fortified myself with roast turkey breast and stuffing and mashies and veggies and a salad and a cola.

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  • I fortified myself with roast turkey breast and stuffing and mashies and veggies and a salad and a cola.

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  • That's grilled pork chops with sweet potato mashies and bleu cheese butter.

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  • Palm Beach wastes a lot of time talking about clothes and the stock market when it might be discussing cleeks, midirons, and mashies.

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  • One is often told that "all mashies should be played with the wrist."

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  • Of the two mashies which the complete golfer will carry out with him on to the links, one, for pitching the ball well up with very little run to follow, will have a deep face, will be of medium weight, and be very stiff in the shaft.

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  • Drivers and brassies vary a little, cleeks and irons differ much, but mashies are more unlike each other than any of them.

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  • However, not all golfers consider two mashies to be necessary, and I myself depend chiefly upon one.

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  • To his stock there will be added other mashies, and it is probable that only after years of experiment will he come to a final determination as to which is the best for him to use.

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  • It jars upon one's nerves to see rusty irons and mashies which have evidently not been cleaned for months, and which are now past hope.

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