mush[ muhsh or especially for 2–5, moo sh ]SEE DEFINITION OF mush
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MUSH
Mush of acorn meal which I had left in my pot had been eaten.
Furthermore, the mush of “vegetables” surrounding the house was more than fulfilled.
And his head ain't all mush and seeds like a pumpkin, if I'm any judge.
It means just moonshine and mush and lookin' into each other's eyes, that's about all.
He is probably an edifying spectacle by this time, a mush of maudlin penitence.
"He says its a five days' 'mush' from here," interpreted Gibbs.
Our diet was simple, and the mush pot was a great factor in our home life.
"Oh, of course, mush was what they were intended to have," admitted Flame.
Extra piles and piles of mush I should judge because it was Christmas Day!
We ate hominy, mush, grits and pone bread for the most part.