adjective, mush·i·er, mush·i·est.
Related formsmush·i·ly, adverbmush·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for mushy
The road salt makes a mushy, corrosive paste that is flung universally about the under-and over-sides of every vehicle.
He is no mushy moderate, but an Obama-loathing, gubmint-hating, tax-cutting, gun-toting, education-cutting conservative.Paul Begala: Ted Cruz and Texas’s Tea Party Revolution|Paul Begala|August 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Capability is a mushy line, and it can take a country years to go from capability to producing an actual warhead.
Those who favor bipartisan cooperation are often dismissed as mushy moderates.
Tainted by what some see as mushy liberalism, Cameron knows he has ground to recover with the voters.
Twelve women in single file were picking their way across the mushy street piled with soft March snow.The Skipper and the Skipped|Holman Day
As some of our friends remind us, love is not a mushy thing, and it sometimes has to inflict pain.Hidden from the Prudent|Paul Jones
The fruit was as soft and mushy as some of the giants themselves, or Bill would not have fared so easily.Five Thousand Miles Underground|Roy Rockwood
I tossed Jimmie Tool t the ceilin when he was a mushy infant too young t do any moren jus gurgle.Every Man for Himself|Norman Duncan
The sky pin-pricked with stars, the air redolent with the mushy flavour of dead meat.Gladiator|Philip Wylie