adjective, gush·i·er, gush·i·est.
Related formsgush·i·ly, adverbgush·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for gushy
"Gushy is not in society," said Mr. Seymour Hicks in a solemn tone of contemptuous pity.
As for Mabel, she was one of them gushy, goo-gooey kind of girls, and she was as struck with the shebang as her dad.Cape Cod Stories|Joseph C. Lincoln
They have no particular literary merit or truth to nature, and are rather sentimental and "gushy."A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature|John W. Cousin
Bo, you're a little fool—a sentimental, romancing, gushy little fool!The Man of the Forest|Zane Grey
And Gushy takes an amiable view of this world of hypocrisy and plunder.