- of or relating to slosh; slushy.
Origin of sloshy
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Examples from the Web for sloshy
Then there was a thump and a sloshy stamping on the steps, and in comes Eben and the widder.Cape Cod Stories
Joseph C. Lincoln
It was still raining a mite and the ground was sloshy and squanchy under foot.Year of the Big Thaw
Marion Zimmer Bradley
He pushed on over the sloshy road, his mare every step going slower and slower.
Writing in London on a day in winter with a murky sky and sloshy streets, the title of Alpine Photography is verily refreshing.
Consequently the meal comprised merely a basin of sloshy boiling water in which floated some shreds of uncooked red cabbage.Sixteen Months in Four German Prisons
Henry Charles Mahoney