from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A thick porridge or pudding of cornmeal boiled in water or milk.
- n. Something thick, soft, and pulpy.
- n. Informal Mawkish sentimentality, affection, or amorousness.
- transitive v. To reduce to mush; mash or crush.
- intransitive v. To travel, especially over snow with a dogsled.
- transitive v. To drive (a dogsled or team of dogs).
- n. A journey, especially by dogsled.
- interj. Used to command a team of dogs to begin pulling or move faster.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. magic mushrooms
- n. A food comprising cracked or rolled grains cooked in water or milk; porridge.
- n. cornmeal cooked in water and served as a porridge or as a thick sidedish like grits or mashed potatoes.
- n. A form of address to a man.
- n. The face
- v. To notch, cut, or indent (cloth, etc.) with a stamp.
- n. A mess, often of food; a soft or semisolid substance.
- v. To squish so as to break into smaller pieces or to combine with something else.
- interj. A directive given (usually to dogs or a horse) to start moving, or to move faster.
- n. A walk, especially across the snow with dogs.
- v. To walk, especially across the snow with dogs.
- v. To drive dogs, usually pulling a sled, across the snow.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Meal (esp. Indian meal) boiled in water; hasty pudding; supawn.
- transitive v. To notch, cut, or indent, as cloth, with a stamp.
- n. A march on foot, esp. across the snow with dogs; ; -- also used attributively.
- intransitive v. To travel on foot, esp. across the snow with dogs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Anything mashed.
- n. Meal boiled in water or milk until it forms a thick, soft mass: as, oatmeal mush; mush and milk; specifically, such a preparation made from Indian corn; hasty-pudding.
- n. Something resembling mush, as being soft and pulpy: as, mush of mud.
- n. Fish ground up; chum; pomace; stosh.
- n. Dust; dusty refuse.
- n. The best kind of iron ore.
- To nick or notch (dress-fabrics) round the edges with a stamp, for ornament.
- To reduce to a mush or a pulp, or to a pulverized condition; pulverize; crush.
- To become reduced to a pulverized condition; crumble; waste away.
- To trudge or travel through the snow, while driving a dog-sled. See mushing and musher.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. travel with a dogsled
- v. drive (a team of dogs or a dogsled)
- n. a journey by dogsled
- n. any soft or soggy mass
- n. writing or music that is excessively sweet and sentimental
- n. cornmeal boiled in water
My end of the workday brain mush loved your bullets.
I have, from time to time, posted articles and links that indicate a certain mush-headedness among conservatives about the company they keep.
PLAINFIELD TODAY: Corzine on hospitals: More mush from the wimp skip to main | skip to sidebar
No wonder I recalled the Boston Globe headline: "More mush from the wimp".
Discuss until your prune mush is digested and excreted.
The mush is cast into loaves and allowed to cool thoroughly until gelled.
Patronizing mush from the talk-show host, who urges women to settle for “Mr. 80 Percent” and hold sex “in reserve” to protect themselves from all the men who still think, “Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?”
(HT: Blog Quebecois) Prune mush is also a required entree.
Let your children drink powdered milk and eat whole grain mush with prunes and husks.
Patronizing mush from the psychologist and talk-show-host.