from The Century Dictionary.
- Produced by crushing or bruising; of the nature of a mash: as, the mashy juice of apples or grapes.
- noun In golf, a club with an iron head and a more or less lofted face.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Produced by crushing or bruising; resembling, or consisting of, a mash.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Produced by crushing or bruising; resembling, or consisting of, a mash
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His girl Patsy has the bottle in hand while Keyfob cops a mashy feel.
Mick rounds the corner by the book return and sees his girl Patty, bottle in hand, and Keyfob copping a mashy feel.
We are feeling somewhat mooshy, mishy and mashy as the winter drags its feet in exiting out the doorway.
The yellowing foliage of scarlet runner beans on the bamboo tripods erected to give staked strength to the lily stems is a fitting end to this mishy mashy yellowy post.
Even a mishy mashy non artistic rendition of non tasteful color combinations.
I have some very mish mashy areas especially in my backyard.
Also, for those of you getting all mish-mashy about that race horse they put to sleep?
I love to pack mashy suppers and get all dirty and hot dragging them to the beach, and I love to stuff my own
At about a half-mile's distance he came to some "slashes, where it was all wet and mashy," and he "put right through the swamp so as to kill the scent."
'None of your "paper-mashy," one brick thick, run-up-to-tumble-down houses,' said Mr. Timbs with satisfaction, which was certainly quite true.