mashie mashie


  • (n) middle-distance iron


  1. Whether Woods' skill with a mashie will translate to a drafting table is unproved, but there is no question he adds value.
  2. His prize was a mashie of gold.
  3. A tenth iron, shiny and new, was the mashie-niblick with which he pitched his 293rd stroke.


  • 3 Marketing Experts Will Judge the Mashies

    Three experts in digital have joined the Mashies judges panel to share their expertise and years of industry experience and decide who will redefine the future of digital marketing. The Mashies is Mashable 's new digital marketing awards program, and the submission deadline is less than a month away. From "Best Digital Agency" to "Best Viral Video," and the many other categories , these judges ...
    on July 17, 2013     Source: Mashable


  • "My wife got into Hell Bunker and after about four or five tries she threw the ball out with her hand," Knuth recalled, laughing. "The caddie said, 'Ah, the ol' hand mashie!' "
    on Jul 10, 2005 By: Donald Knuth Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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