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slosh

[ slosh ]SEE DEFINITION OF slosh

Synonyms for slosh

  • flounder
  • wade
  • wallow
  • spill
  • splatter
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SLOSH

I hold on to it with both hands, so my beer will not slosh over the side.

So slosh, slosh, into the biggest brown puddle he could find he went.

Just where is Schloss (she pronounced it 'Slosh') what-you-may-call-it?

They were to be married as soon as Kerner could slosh paint profitably.

Turkey and Italy hardly done when all these Balkan chaps set to and slosh Turkey.

I go after the boss, and old Brockmann hikes up to the slosh on the jump.

And when he'd move they'd squeak, and make eyes at him as they went up to the slosh.

In New York the streets were afloat with liquid mud and slosh.

These layers of ice become numerous and are parallel to each other, like the layers of ice formed from slosh.

The scout's mare was fleet, but the road was rough, and a slosh of snow impeded the travel.

WORD ORIGIN

1814, "slush, sludge, a watery mess," probably a blend of slush and slop (n.1) in its Middle English sense of "muddy place."

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SLOSH

bolt

verbeat very fast
  • consume
  • cram
  • devour
  • englut
  • gobble
  • gorge
  • gulp
  • guzzle
  • ingurgitate
  • inhale
  • scarf
  • slop
  • slosh
  • stuff
  • swallow whole
  • wolf

cram

verbfill to overflowing; compress
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