Etymology
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slushy (adj.)

1791, "covered with slush," from slush + -y (2). As slang for "ship's cook," 1859, from slush (n.) "refuse from a cook's galley" (1756). Related: Slushiness.

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Definitions of slushy

slushy (adj.)
being or resembling melting snow;
deep slushy mud
slushy snow
slushy (adj.)
effusively or insincerely emotional;
slushy poetry
Synonyms: bathetic / drippy / hokey / maudlin / mawkish / kitschy / mushy / schmaltzy / schmalzy / sentimental / sappy / soppy / soupy
From wordnet.princeton.edu

Dictionary entries near slushy

slunk

slur

slurp

slurry

slush

slushy

slut

sluttery

sluttish

slutty

sly