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mushy

adjective \ˈmə-shē, especially 2 also ˈm-\

: soft and wet

: too romantic or sentimental

mush·i·ermush·i·est

Full Definition of MUSHY

1
a :  having the consistency of mush :  soft
b :  lacking in definition or precision
2
:  excessively tender or emotional; especially :  mawkishly amorous
mush·i·ly \ˈmə-shə-lē, ˈm-\ adverb
mush·i·ness \ˈmə-shē-nəs, ˈm-\ noun
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Examples of MUSHY

  1. <mushy fruit that was obviously overripe>

First Known Use of MUSHY

1839

Rhymes with MUSHY

MUSHIEST Defined for Kids

mushy

adjective \ˈmə-shē\
mush·i·ermush·i·est

Definition of MUSHY for Kids

1
:  soft and wet <The rotting apples turned mushy.>
2
:  overly romantic or sentimental <mushy love songs>

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