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  • n. A splash or rush of water
  • v. To flow with a rush


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  • A rouseabout rose late, and, while the others were at breakfast, got an idea into his head that a good "sloosh" would freshen him up; so he mooched round until he found a big wooden bucket with a rope to it.

    Over the Sliprails

  • I was surprised and just that malenky bit poogly to sloosh Dim govoreeting that wise.

    Where's the show?

  • Georgie said: "Uh?" but he was skorry enough with his nozh, the blade coming sloosh out of the handle, and we were on to each other.

    Where's the show?

  • Tonight's invention : 4 thick lamb neck chops, coated in flour then browned in pan on high heat, 3 rashers, fried, then chopped, one Spanish onion, cooked in lamb/bacon fat with sloosh extra olive oil, rest of flour mixed in used about 2 tbsp.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • Ah, the joys of horrorshow nappies…slosh sloosh in the caboose.

    lost and found

  • Cleans the tub - well, I'll sloosh it round so it doesn't leave a ring.

    catpewk Diary Entry

  • If that wasn't worth a sloosh of pop whilst alone in the old research lab, then Geoffrey wasn't the man he thought he was.


  • BURWASH The pleasureable cool sloosh of puddle water over the toes of your gumboots.

    The Meaning of Liff

  • You will not be surprised to hear that I got up the next morning feverish and unrefreshed, and I felt quite envious of Tom when I saw him holding his shortly-cropped bullet head under the spout of the pump in the back yard, waggling the handle awkwardly as he had what he called "a sloosh."

    The Golden Magnet

  • The idea was, a quick weekly sloosh and it would be clean and fresh.

    British Blogs


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  • sloosh is used to refer to a lapping or sloshing sound or to describe an act of washing. It's in Webster's Third - the big unabridged.

    February 15, 2007