- Mush is defined as a word used to tell sled dogs to move faster.
An example of mush used as an interjection is in the sentence, "Mush! We are running late!"
- The definition of a mush is a soft mashed up food substance, especially porridge, or a trip across snow in a sled pulled by dogs.
- An example of mush is mashed peas.
- An example of a mush is a trip often made during winter in Alaska.
- Mush means to crush or mash up, or to travel through the snow with a dog sled.
- An example of mush is to make mashed potatoes.
- An example of mush is to journey through snow on a dog-driven sled.
- a thick porridge made by boiling meal, esp. cornmeal, in water or milk
- any thick, soft, yielding mass
- Informal maudlin sentimentality
Origin: prob. variant, variety of mash
Origin: prob. from mush on, altered from French marchons, let's go from marcher, to go, march
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- A thick porridge or pudding of cornmeal boiled in water or milk.
- Something thick, soft, and pulpy.
- Informal Mawkish sentimentality, affection, or amorousness.
Origin: Probably alteration of mash.
verb mushed, mush·ing, mush·es verb, intransitive
Origin: Possibly alteration of French marchons, first person pl. imperative of marcher, to walk, go, from Old French; see march1.
- mushˈer noun
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