They had been slushed down with vaseline to keep the salt-water rust off; now they were swabbing the grease off.
Twice we are thus "slushed" from head to foot, and made more slippery than the anointed wrestlers of the Greek games.
A belated freshman, his oilskin slicker rasping loudly, slushed along the soft path.
He got the fire all right; but there was a lively time around there, until the bucket brigade arrived, and slushed things down.
In places where it still held to the shore, the water overran and they waded and slushed across.