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  • n. Plural form of mush.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mush.


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  • The XTR hub is a huge step up from the XT model, which merely cups the balls, and a significant upgrade from the LX hub, which kind of mushes them.

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  • Mollie is frequently gone for two days hunting, and if she does not find what she looks for the first day she sleeps upon her sled a few hours rolled in her furs, then rises and "mushes" on again.

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  • It is such a concentrated food that overeating is easy, especially when it is taken in the soft forms, such as mushes, fresh bread, griddle cakes and mashed potatoes.

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  • There is no salmon, there are no tea-cups, there are the same kind of mushes as are used as stomachers by the eating hopes that makes eggs delicious.


  • I must say, occasionally I’ve made lasagna that holds together very well while I slice it and serve, and other times more often than not it kind of mushes around.

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  • But it sure made us feel uncomfortable, especially one point when his thumb mushes into the fruit while he's discussing capturing Spartacus.

    Spartacus Episode 2: Things That Made Us Go "Ew!"

  • Declining variously suggested breakfast foods, mushes, and porridges, Graham had just ordered his soft-boiled eggs and bacon, when Bert Wainwright drifted in with


  • WV: mushemba - when a screen writer mushes, embellishes and axes critical parts of a book

    Sweet Reading Sweets

  • Madeline waits three months, then mushes off to the cabin of her friend Malemute Kid where she opens her heart and undergoes a Liza Doolittle transformation.

    “. . .the eternal mystery of woman.”

  • I believe I heard Cantor or Ryan say they are down four votes, but there are dozen of more mushes.

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