from The Century Dictionary.
- Soft and watery; sploshy.
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Then after one ineffectual jab at the brake, I left the machine hurriedly, and as I sat down on the sposhy lawn I heard a tremendous but not unmusical sound of falling glass ----
When the bear had passed, the snow had been soft and sposhy, and she had "slumped," he said, several inches.
There's a sight o 'difference between good upland fruit and the sposhy apples that grows in wet ground.