cushy[ koo sh-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF cushy
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Then I shall receive ironical congratulations on my "cushy" job.
I was with the Fritzies for over a week, and they certainly have it soft and cushy.
That was our method afterwards, and the patrol was cushy for us.
I always think Billy had the hardest luck to be hit again just as he was coming out of it all with a safe and cushy one.
For the next few days we had it “cushy,” except for boche shrapnel showering our trenches at intervals, daily.
The best thing we could wish a man was a "cushy wound," one that would not prove fatal, or a "Blighty one."
He disappeared around the curve of the trench, delightedly spreading the news that he had stopped a cushy one in the leg.
We were in Brigade Reserve, which sounded very comfortable, but which was not so "cushy" as it sounded.
It has become trench etiquette to tell the relieving battalion that it is taking over a cushy position.
The best thing we could wish a man was a "cushy wound," one that would not prove fatal.