There is no definition for this word—nobody knows what hash is.
As for poor Talien, who was playing Don Guritan, he made a hash of it every minute.
Rub it through a sieve, return it to the stewpan, put in the hash, and let it stand by the side of the fire till the meat is warm.
He had supper with the boys, and his food was hash and tea and dry bread.
The landlady admitted that a souffle was something not unlike a hash.
It looks like a plate of hash and that's the way it's pronounced.
Boarder—(musingly)—But what do you do with the hash that's left over?
Excuse me for a half hour while I settle your friend's hash.
It is neither Dutch nor English nor German but is like hash, a little of this and a little of that.
First, you've made a hash of this cruise—you'll be a bold man to say no to that.