the snow was turning into brown slush in the gutters
the slush of Hollywood's romantic fifties films
partially melted snow
splash: make a splashing sound; "water was splashing on the floor"
slosh: spill or splash copiously or clumsily; "slosh paint all over the walls"
(slushy) being or resembling melting snow; "slushy snow"; "deep slushy mud"
(slushy) bathetic: effusively or insincerely emotional; "a bathetic novel"; "maudlin expressions of sympathy"; "mushy effusiveness"; "a schmaltzy song"; "sentimental soap operas"; "slushy poetry"
Slush, also called slush ice, is a slurry mixture of small ice crystals (e.g. snow) and liquid water . In the natural environment, slush forms as ice or snow melts. This often mixes with dirt and other materials, resulting in a gray or muddy brown color. ...
Slush is the 1997 debut album by OP8, a band formed from Lisa Germano, Howe Gelb of Giant Sand, and Joey Burns and John Convertino of Calexico and Giant Sand. ...
A slush or a slushie is a generic term for a flavored frozen drink.
Half-melted snow; Liquid mud or mire; flavored shaved ice served as a drink
(Slushing) first dispersion of raw materials in water by agitation.
(Slushy) A person who only rides the foam of the wave (whitewater) after it closes out.
(slushy) kitchen or cook's assistant.
Snow or ice on the ground that has been reduced to a softy watery mixture by rain and/or warm temperatures.
Greasy substance obtained by boiling or scraping the fat from empty salted meat storage barrels, or the floating fat residue after boiling the crew's meal. In the Royal Navy the perquisite of the cook who could sell it or exchange it (usually for alcohol) with other members of the crew. ...
(n.) Unsolicited manuscripts submitted to a publishing house. They tend to accumulate into mountainous piles.
Patented Aigle process for PVC. The result is a material which is 100% waterproof, long lasting and maintenance free.
To cover with grease or other lubricant; ship masts are slushed to ease the raising of sails
partly melted snow. Also, liquid mud; watery mire. Also, waste or refuse, especially from cooking. Also, a mixture of grease and other materials used for lubrication.
Typically a slurry of snow and water. Broken ice crystal blades or frazil can substitute for snow in some circumstances.
Partially melted snow or ice, with a high water content, from which water can readily flow. In the ground icing environment slush may include chemicals.
Water-saturated snow which with a heel-and-toe slapdown motion against the ground will be displaced with a splatter; specific gravity: 0.5 up to 0.8.
unsolicited submissions at a magazine or book publisher. Collectively, the "slush pile." A slush reader is responsible for going through these submissions and picking out works for the editor to read, rejecting the remainder.