Slush

Greasy substance obtained by boiling or scraping the fat from empty salted meat storage barrels, or the floating fat residue after boiling the crew's meal. In the Royal Navy the perquisite of the cook who could sell it or exchange it (usually for alcohol) with other members of the crew. Used for greasing parts of the running rigging of the ship an...
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Slush

Slush, also called slush ice, is a slurry mixture of small ice crystals (e.g., snow) and liquid water. In the natural environment, slush forms when ice and/or snow melts. This often mixes with dirt and other materials, resulting in a gray or muddy brown color. Often, solid ice or snow will block the drainage of fluid water from slushy areas, so sl...
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slush

[n] - partially melted snow
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Slush

• (n.) A mixture of white lead and lime, with which the bright parts of machines, such as the connecting rods of steamboats, are painted to be preserved from oxidation. • (n.) Soft mud. • (v. t.) To smear with slush or grease; as, to slush a mast. • (n.) A mixture of snow and water; half-melted snow. • (v. t.) To paint with...
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slush

noun partially melted snow
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Slush

[beverage] A slushie, sometimes known as a slush or slushy, is a flavored frozen drink. ==Variations== There are a number of different kinds of slush drinks: Frozen uncarbonated beverages are made by freezing a non-carbonated juice or other liquid. Machines for producing these do not require a pressure chamber, and as a result, they are muc...
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Slush

Slush noun [ Confer Swedish slaska to paddle in water, slask wet, filth.] [ Written also slosh .] 1. Soft mud. 2. A mixture of snow and water; half-melted snow. 3. A soft mixture of grease and other materials, used for lubrication. 4. The refuse...
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Slush

Slush transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Slushed ; present participle & verbal noun Slushing .] 1. To smear with slush or grease; as, to slush a mast. 2. To paint with a mixture of white lead and lime. ...
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Slush

Greasy substance obtained by boiling or scraping the fat from empty salted meat storage barrels, or the floating fat residue after boiling the crew's meal. In the Royal Navy the perquisite of the cook who could sell it or exchange it (usually for alcohol) with other members of the crew. Used for greasing parts of the running rigging of the ship and...
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Slush

Greasy substance obtained by boiling or scraping the fat from empty salted meat storage barrels, or the floating fat residue after boiling the crew's meal. In the Royal Navy the perquisite of the cook who could sell it or exchange it (usually for alcohol) with other members of the crew. Used for greasing parts of the running rigging of the ship and...
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Slush

Slush is slang for food of a watery consistency.
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Slush

Snow or ice on the ground that has been reduced to a softy watery mixture by rain and/or warm temper
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SLUSH

Snow or ice on the ground that has been reduced to a softy watery mixture by rain and/or warm temperatures.
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