- s being or resembling melting snow
deep slushy mud
- s effusively or insincerely emotional
- In the raw, early darkness of a Christmas-week evening, Manhattan's slushy 45th Street rustled with the shuffling sound and movement of people.
- Hotels were requisitioned, Government officials in ski clothes sloshed about unpacking crates of documents left in the slushy streets, Parliament convened in the theatre, King .
- Last week the Allies' Northwestern Expeditionary Force (its newly announced official name) tried to scramble aboard Norway by way of the slushy, slippery, narrow, air-vulnerable .
News & Articles
- Women toss “slushy” at would be robber in Lebanon
A would be robber is doused with a “slushy” in Lebanon. It happened at around 8 o’clock Saturday evening in the area of Qunice and Walnut Streets. The two 19 year old women were walking together with a man approached. …
June 10, 2013 - FOX 43 Harrisburg
- Springville’s week-long festival coasts to an end
Veronica Mecham, 5, of Orem, carefully ate her snow cone slushy, making sure the big sparkly butterfly painted on her face didn't get messed up.
June 9, 2013 - Provo Daily Herald
- Mark Benson in CricketZone.Com
There was a lot of wind and sun this morning but there cannot possibly be any play,Benson said. "The problem is that the water table is very high and rain has accumulated on the top. It is very slushy."
- Dick Ebersol in CNN
Ebersol told investigators that seconds after takeoff "slushy snow and lots of water" slid down from the aircraft's fuselage and across the windows, the report states.
- John Banville in Los Angeles Times
The heather was slippery under the slushy snow, and there were hidden rocks that they knocked their ankles on and loose stones on which they slipped and slid,writes Black toward the end of this moody thriller.