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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.
See also: mush, up

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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Mush has commissioned proprietary research into motherhood and found many surprising things (please get in touch for more details)
If they do that, then Sandy Mush is one of two sites closest to the Department of Energy site where the 'recycling' of the waste would be done.
However, recently I discovered frying mush using non-stick cooking spray gets it just as crusty as with butter, but without the fat.
Today many students who enter law school with a skull full of mush leave with only student loans to pay back and a few Emanuel outlines tucked under their arms.
Mush, which was launched last year and now has more than 45,000 members across the country, allows mums who are struggling to get out with their baby or who just want to widen their social circle to get out and meet others like them.
Mush also helps people organise group meet-ups, like coffee in a child-friendly cafe or a weekly group walk, and as to these are now taking place regularly in the North East.
Sarah Hesz and Katie Massie-Taylor - mums who met in a playground and became a source of support for one another - realised there must be a better way, and decided to launch Mush, a Tinder-style app that helps you connect with mums in your area.
LET YOUR HAIR DOWN IN REAL life, a survey by the new app, Mush, which puts likeminded mums in touch with each other in their local area, found that 55% of them crave a night out to let their hair down and have a break.
It's not all work though, she still finds time to learn to drive with a difference, help look after the Harris Hawks and Eagle Owl, Frank, and just this week they had two new arrivals, Benji and Kai two huskies which Rich the falconer is training to mush, so life at Pentre is never dull or boring.
On the field, he learned "it takes a lot of endurance and skill to mush.
That is where our neighbours came into it, and they were Mush Callaghan and family who were so kind to us.
Fondly calling her brother by his nickname Mush, she said: "Mush loved going to Bangor Mountain, it was a place that was special to him and we have so many memories there," she said.
A couple of cult figures this winter have been the horse Dado Mush and the jockey Kirsty Milczarek, who teamed up for four wins on the bounce at Southwell in less than a month either side of Christmas.
Included in the Fire and Ice tour was the opportunity to mush a team of dogs with Gerald Azure of Blue Sky Expeditions and Wapusk Adventures.
This authentically Australian story should appeal to YAs since it shows two rebels straightening out their lives but not changing their basic personalities to mush.