Antonyms for mushy
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : muhsh-ee, moo sh-ee|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈmʌʃ i, ˈmʊʃ i|
Definition of mushyOrigin :
- "soft, pulpy, 1839; "sentimental," 1870; from mush (n.) + -y (2). Mush (n.) in a transferred sense of "sentimentality" is attested from 1908.
- adj doughy, soft
- adj romantic, corny
- She did not look, at that moment, in the least degree "mushy."
- Extract from : « Good Indian » by B. M. Bower
- Maudina was like her name, pretty, but sort of soft and mushy.
- Extract from : « Cape Cod Stories » by Joseph C. Lincoln
- Worst of it was, I could feel myself grinnin' back at her just as mushy.
- Extract from : « Shorty McCabe » by Sewell Ford
- Nothin' mushy about glancin' casual at it now and then, was there?
- Extract from : « Torchy » by Sewell Ford
- Then, too, the speeches and music will be mushy instead of being clear.
- Extract from : « The Radio Boys at the Sending Station » by Allen Chapman
- It wasn't just the mushy sentiment of a convalescent, either.
- Extract from : « Shorty McCabe on the Job » by Sewell Ford
- Seal and bake slowly for an hour, until the quince is tender but not mushy.
- Extract from : « Standard Paper-Bag Cookery » by Emma Paddock Telford
- Maudina was like her name, pretty but sort of soft and mushy.
- Extract from : « Ainslee's magazine, Volume 16, No. 2, September, 1905 » by Various
- His mouth was so—so mushy, and his nose seemed to get in the way.
- Extract from : « Kildares of Storm » by Eleanor Mercein Kelly
- Pap looked at the mushy piece of toast and grinned sheepishly.
- Extract from : « Kilo » by Ellis Parker Butler
Synonyms for mushy
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