The snow was now fast melting, and the ice-fields were covered with slush.
He makes proclamations that Orham is nothin' but sand, slush, and soft drinks.
"My wife, if she wishes, can turn Shelley into slush," he answered bitterly.
The snow became a sea of slush, and water covered the ice of lakes and river.
"It's the last time you get any of that slush into me, Babbitt," says he.
Then there was silence, but for the "gluck" with which we lifted our feet from the slush.
Alf Burnett, the humorist, compared Brownsville to slush ice.
It was a rainy evening, and everything was slush and fog and gloom.
You're right in all the slush—mother won't like it, I tell you!
The last bucketful of slush and mud came at last for Jason Squiff.