- 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 smoosh
First thing she did was take her new beau into the red room to “smoosh.”Snooki’s Ex-Boyfriend Talks More Trash About ‘Jersey Shore’ Star
March 7, 2012
This week, the two decided to give their smoosh session one more try and planned things out in advance.5 Best Jersey Shore Moments
October 1, 2010
The Martian leans over, kinda sick, maybe, and gets a knee lift to the smoosh.Hoiman and the Solar Circuit
Word Origin and History for smoosh
1825 (n.), variant of mush. As a verb, by 1980.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper