Examples of mushy in a Sentence
mushy fruit that was obviously overripe
Recent Examples of mushy from the Web
Like chocolate, asphalt can grow mushy under the blazing sun.
Skiers seeking words to describe the crusty-in-the-morning, mushy-in-the-afternoon snow conditions turn to food.
Both were served with serviceable french fries - a little mushy but still good.
The keyboard features lots of travel and plenty of space, though the slightly concave keys feel a little mushy at times.
A pickle of medium girth ensures even cooking; too small and the interior will be mushy before the breading crisps.
This fillet was mushy to the touch and even distressing to the eye: matte and sunken, the middle of it a squishy mess with indentations that looked like an angry face.
Saturday’s rains continued until almost 1 p.m. in the area, leaving the ground muddy and mushy and the crowd a little thin.
But the mushy green beans reminded me of my German grandmother’s purposeful cooking, so there is nostalgia at play here.
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First Known Use of mushy
MUSHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mushy for English Language Learners
: soft and wet
: too romantic or sentimental
MUSHY Defined for Kids
Definition of mushy for Students
1 : soft and wet The rotting apples turned mushy.
2 : overly romantic or sentimental mushy love songs
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