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  • n  a mushy pulpy softness
  • n  falsely emotional in a maudlin way

  • 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.
  • But it also eliminates Dynaflow's one drawback: a slight feeling of "mushiness" or power wastage during acceleration.
  • Bush's mushiness stems from the fact that the Administration is deeply divided over the issue.

  • Pat Buchanan in Black Agenda Report (blog)
    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...

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