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adjective, mush·i·er, mush·i·est.Related formsmush·i·ly, adverbmush·i·ness, noun
- resembling mush; pulpy.
- Informal. overly emotional or sentimental: mushy love letters.
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British Dictionary definitions for mushiest
adjective mushier or mushiestDerived Formsmushily, adverbmushiness, noun
- soft and pulpy
- informal excessively sentimental or emotional
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Word Origin and History for mushiest
"soft, pulpy, 1839; "sentimental," 1870; from mush (n.) + -y (2). Mush (n.) in a transferred sense of "sentimentality" is attested from 1908.
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