Definition of Sloshy

1. Adjective. That sloshes or splashes ¹



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Definition of Sloshy

1. slushy [adj SLOSHIER, SLOSHIEST] - See also: slushy

Sloshy Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sloshy

slopworks
slopy
slore
slores
slosh
slosh around
sloshed
sloshes
sloshier
sloshiest
sloshily
sloshiness
sloshing
sloshingly
sloshings
sloshy (current term)
slot-car
slot-hound
slot-loading disc drive
slot in
slot machine
slot machines
slotback
slotbacks
sloth
sloth bear
sloth bears
slothed
slothful

Literary usage of Sloshy

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1. A Vocabulary, Or Collection of Words and Phrases which Have Been Supposed to by John Pickering (1816)
"This term, and its derivitive sloshy, (or slushy} are often used by the people of ... It is very common to hear people say—The roads are sloshy ; it is very ..."

2. A Vocabulary, Or Collection of Words and Phrases which Have Been Supposed to by John Pickering (1816)
"This term, and its derivative sloshy, (or slushy} are often used by the people of ... It is very common to hear people say—The roads are sloshy ; it is very ..."

3. Memoirs by American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1809)
"This term, and its derivative sloshy, (OT slushy} are often used by the people of ... It is very common to hear people say—The roads are sloshy ; it is Tery ..."

4. The Writings of Henry David Thoreau by Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Franklin Benjamin Sanborn (1892)
"There they stand beside me in the chamber, expectant, dreaming of far woods and wood paths, of frost-bound or sloshy roads, or of being bound with ..."

5. The Writings of Henry David Thoreau by Henry David Thoreau (1892)
"There they stand beside me in the chamber, expectant, dreaming of far woods and wood paths, of frost-bound or sloshy roads, or of being bound with ..."

6. The Writings of Henry David Thoreau by Henry David Thoreau (1906)
"There they stand beside me in the chamber, expectant, dreaming of far woods and wood- paths, of frost-bound or sloshy roads, or of being bound with ..."

7. Autumn: From the Journal of Henry D. Thoreau by Henry David Thoreau (1892)
"There they stand beside me in the chamber, expectant, dreaming of far woods and wood paths, of frost-bound or sloshy roads, or of being bound with ..."

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