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  • Back at home, the term I remember being used most was "scoosh".

  • The search came to a sharp halt when they discovered the baddies 'store of provisions, containing several loaves, three six-packs of scoosh, a variety of tins and, crucially, a can-opener.

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  • Lydon followed suit, though with a moment's delay for a last swig from his can: the difference between slavish obedience and nonchalant cooperation measurable in a mouthful of scoosh.

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  • Nothing freshens up a stale room like a scoosh of Febreze.


  • i proudly fall into that 30%, but i'm not religious, nor do i own a gun, but i support those that are and do. if you reworded the question to something simple like "which side of the spectrum to you ally yourself with? if centrist, are you an independent?" i'd bet you'd find that number to be just a scoosh different.

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  • Scots - squirt (verb or noun); soft drink; something easy.

    "He scooshed me wi' a water pistol."

    December 28, 2007