Definition of slushy
: being, involving, or resembling slush: such asa : full of or covered with slush slushy streetsb : made up of or having the consistency of slush slushy snowc : having a cheaply sentimental quality a slushy novel
Examples of slushy in a Sentence
the slushy racetrack resulted in a significantly slower time for the winning horse
slushy music underscores the movie's emotional scenes
Recent Examples of slushy from the Web
Two months earlier, Peter Forsberg had been skating along the slushy ice at Miami Arena, holding the Stanley Cup above his head, celebrating the Colorado Avalanche’s four-game sweep of the Florida Panthers.
Cover and insert sticks (waiting until liquid is slushy ensures straight sticks), then freeze ice pops until solid, at least 4 hours but preferably 12 hours.
A cold breeze in your hair, the feeling of slushy, soft ice beneath your feet and a snowball fight with friends — that’s what the Fourth of July felt like on the western peaks this year.
So on slick or slushy streets, the Alltrack will give you more driving security, more sure-footedness.
But those slushy sippers typically contain tons of sugary calories.
Cover and insert sticks (waiting until liquid is slushy ensures straight sticks), then freeze ice pops until solid, at least 4 hours but preferably overnight.
Andrei’s in Irvine concocted a rosé snow cone that combines the slushy texture of a frozen fair treat spiked with a refreshing splash of rosé wine.
Even longer term, this area of Big Sur—and many stretches of Highway 1 hit by heavy rains and slushy mud—demand the stare-down treatment.
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First Known Use of slushy
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Definition of slushy for Students
: covered with or resembling partly melted snow slushy roads
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