- to mash or push, especially to push down or in; compress: to smush a pie in someone's face.
Origin of smush
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Examples from the Web for smush
Tech companies think it sounds cool to smush words together.What’s So Smart About SmartGlass? 15 Questions
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Smush was at this instant emerging from the back parlor with a tray of colored fluids for the dancers.Confessions Of Con Cregan
Charles James Lever
Why, it's as good as smush even to know that any one is thinking of you kindly, let alone doing things.
In the morning, after a breakfast of smush, they climbed on the monster's back and started for the city at a good swinging pace.
And to be the grandfather of such bricks ought to be as good as smush and a perpetual delight.
Smush, used contemptuously for the mouth, a hairy mouth:—'I don't like your ugly smush.'English As We Speak It in Ireland
P. W. Joyce
Word Origin and History for smush
1825 (n.), variant of mush. As a verb, by 1980.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper