Slush meaning

slŭsh
Partially melted snow or ice.
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Soft mud; slop; mire.
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Grease or fat discarded from a ship's galley.
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A greasy compound used as a lubricant for machinery.
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A drink made of flavored syrup poured over crushed ice.
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Unsolicited manuscripts submitted to a publisher.
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To daub (machinery) with slush.
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To fill (joints in masonry) with mortar.
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To wash down (a deck) by splashing with water.
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To splash or soak with slush or mud.
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To walk or proceed through slush.
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To make a splashing or slushy sound.
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A heavy, wet mixture of snow, ice, and water.
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Soft mud; mire.
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Any of several greasy compounds used as lubricants or rust preventives for machinery.
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Overly sentimental talk or writing; drivel.
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A confection consisting of shaved or crushed ice with a syrup, usually fruit-flavored, poured over it.
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To splash or cover with slush, esp. in lubricating or protecting.
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To fill with mortar.
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To walk or move through slushy snow, ice, or mud.
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Half-melted snow or ice.

As the skiing season drew to an end, there was nothing but slush left on the piste.

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Liquid mud or mire.
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Flavored shaved ice served as a drink.
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A soft mixture of grease and other materials, used for lubrication.
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The refuse grease and fat collected in cooking, especially on shipboard.
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(engineering) A mixture of white lead and lime, used as a paint to prevent oxidation.
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To smear with slushy liquid or grease.
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To slosh or splash; to move as, or through, a slushy or liquid substance.
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To paint with a mixture of white lead and lime.
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Maudlin speech or writing; sentimental drivel.
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Origin of slush

  • Perhaps of Scandinavian origin Norwegian slask sloppy weather

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition