OTHER WORDS FROM mushymush·i·ly, adverbmush·i·ness, noun
How to use mushy in a sentence
You don’t want the potatoes to be mushy, because they may fall apart, but a small paring knife should cut through fairly easily with just a little bit of resistance.
Some of these mushy things had to do with the relationship between doctors and patients.
Once they’re shredded, it is important to drain the potatoes of as much water as possible — more liquid means a mushier latke.This crisp, classic potato latke recipe delivers a satisfying, celebratory crunch|Olga Massov|November 30, 2020|Washington Post
You can sit down at the table and pop out fluffy discs of batter right there, rather than having to stand over a griddle flipping piles of pancakes that are going to inevitably end up lukewarm and mushy.
Others had the perfect rice and peas, each grain and bean whole and separate, never mushy.Until I Can Go Back to My Favorite Restaurant, This Jerk Paste Is the Next Best Thing|Elazar Sontag|September 25, 2020|Eater
Mushiness on key church doctrines, the argument goes, threatens the very Catholic-ness of institutions like Notre Dame.
Oliver was making a good argument with no mushiness about it, and he had a long-settled habit of appreciating Ollie's arguments.The Preliminaries|Cornelia A. P. Comer