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mush (something) up

To mash or crush something into a thick, soft pulp. Make sure you mush up that banana before you give it to Katie—she's still having trouble chewing solid food.
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mush

1. n. nonsense. What mush! Come on, talk straight!
2. n. romance; lovemaking; kissing. I can’t stand movies with lots of mush in them.
3. n. one’s face. (Crude.) Put some paint on your mush, and let’s get going.
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It is the race of all races for the dog mushing community," Mr.
Miss Mushing said she spent the following day in Milton Keynes with her sister and when she got back home discovered there were two new fence panels in the garden and the remains of a fire.
When not racing, Doug, who has been mushing since 1989, trains dogs from his home in Lincoln, Montana.
She sewed their mushing clothes and the dogs' harnesses, and eventually started a small business out of her living room making harnesses.
After the crash, Mushing stopped 200 yards away and started to walk back, but then returned to the Transit and drove to Tesco, where he bought a bottle of water.
Other Fairbanks suppliers that market through Coldspot are dog-food cookers by Wilbur Brothers Sheet Metal, mushing clothes by local musher Becky Sather, anoraks by Midnight Mushing, expedition mukluks by Toziwear from Tanana, beaver gauntlets from Manley, dog boots and sled bags made by Northern Specialities in Fairbanks, and RAMCO headlamps made in Fairbanks.
Each variation of competitive mushing is open to all breeds of dogs, she said.
Enjoying a burst of popularity in Europe, the sport of dog mushing is attracting European tourists.
Mr Mushing, of Coventry Road, Nuneaton, comes from a long line of car workers.
The following 12-day itinerary includes observing the race as it happens, hands-on experience mushing a dog team, ice-fishing, mountain snowmobiling, cross-county skiing, and snowshoeing.
Team leaders Beverley Mushing and Karen Stanley collected two trophies at the event - on behalf of the training team and the NVQ trainees on the domestic staff.
Andrew Mushing, a science teacher at Avon Valley School in Newbold Road, Rugby, said: "It seemed a very good course.
LITTLE Chloe Mushing had a great time as she helped launch a weekly toy library for children in the Canley area of Coventry.
One of the pupils, Rebecca Mushing, said: "We'd love to get as many photographs, facts, stories and anecdotes from as many people as possible.