mushiness mushiness


  1. (n) a mushy pulpy softness
  2. (n) falsely emotional in a maudlin way


  1. Italy's great kettledrum-banging composer is heard with appropriate thunder on unbreakable plastic records, which catch the crescendos without the mushiness of ordinary records.
  2. Bush's mushiness stems from the fact that the Administration is deeply divided over the issue.
  3. Whatever the merits of Buchanan's arguments, mushiness is not his problem.



  • Yet, when Buchanan wrote, in 1977, that Hitler had been "an individual of great courage, a soldier's soldier in the great war," a man of "extraordinary gifts," whose "genius" was due to his "intuitive sense of the mushiness, the character...
    on Jun 3, 2008 By: Pat Buchanan Source: Black Agenda Report (blog)

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