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  • mush — mush1 [mush] n. [prob. var. of MASH] 1. a thick porridge made by boiling meal, esp. cornmeal, in water or milk 2. any thick, soft, yielding mass 3. Informal maudlin sentimentality vt. [Dial., Chiefly Brit.] to make into mush; crush mush2 [mush] …   English World dictionary

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