[ muhsh or especially for 2–5, moo sh ]SEE DEFINITION OF mushed
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On we "mushed," past the cliff, the boats, and out upon the ice.

I've mushed in Alaska and fought against Castro in Venezuela.

I never got off the train since I mushed out of Seattle, and I'm hungry.

I know old-timers who have 276 mushed their legs off without striking a cent.

And he had “mushed” and “voyaged” all through the far north.

Many of them “mushed” across Chilkoot Pass in 1897, and have made their piles.

But the men of Mushed, aware of their purpose, said, ‘We Shi’ahs!

The old man had mushed on the trail with him in the Klondike days.

The boys kept at a respectful distance behind us, and we mushed along between low hills mostly up the streams on the ice.

I can tell you one man who mushed out before five o'clock this morning—and that's Gid Holt.