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See definition of mushed on Dictionary.com
  • as inkiss
  • as insmooch
  • as inpuree

synonyms for mushed

  • brush
  • glance
  • graze
  • greet
  • salute
  • French
  • butterfly
  • lip
  • neck
  • osculate
  • peck
  • smooch
  • make out
  • pucker up
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How to use mushed in a sentence

I've mushed in Alaska and fought against Castro in Venezuela.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
Mushed” through the White Pass, but, after reaching Dawson, he lost heart and came back again without a stake.
IN TO THE YUKONWILLIAM SEYMOUR EDWARDS
On and on they mushed, following the creek bed which wound crookedly between its precipitous sides.
CONNIE MORGAN IN ALASKAJAMES B. HENDRYX
Hour after hour the boy mushed at the tail rope, and always he watched the strange behaviour of Waseche Bill's dogs.
CONNIE MORGAN IN ALASKAJAMES B. HENDRYX
No trappers mushed through his snows of spring; no woodsman rode his winding trails.
THE SKY LINE OF SPRUCEEDISON MARSHALL
In a few moments he was out of sight among the distant trees, but they found the blood-trail and mushed over the ridge.
THE VOICE OF THE PACKEDISON MARSHALL
And seeing that his work was done, he called once to the prone body of Lennox on the snow and mushed away into the silences.
THE VOICE OF THE PACKEDISON MARSHALL
Scattering her letter to the frost, he mushed the dogs into a swinging lope and headed for his cabin.
THE GOD OF HIS FATHERSJACK LONDON
Thompson asked no more questions, but “mushed” the dogs, and a minute later was swallowed up in the swirling flakes.
THE WILDERNESS TRAILFRANK WILLIAMS
And he had “mushed” and “voyaged” all through the far north.
IN TO THE YUKONWILLIAM SEYMOUR EDWARDS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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