slushy


slushy

adjective \ˈslə-shē\
slush·i·erslush·i·est

Definition of SLUSHY

:  being, involving, or resembling slush: as
a :  full of or covered with slush <slushy streets>
b :  made up of or having the consistency of slush <slushy snow>
c :  having a cheaply sentimental quality <a slushy novel>
slush·i·ness noun

Examples of SLUSHY

  1. <the slushy racetrack resulted in a significantly slower time for the winning horse>
  2. <slushy music underscores the movie's emotional scenes>

First Known Use of SLUSHY

1791

Rhymes with SLUSHY

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