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Definition of mush



  • your mouth
    If he doesn't shut it, I'm going to smack him right in the mush.

    Last edited on Jul 21 2006. Submitted by Natalie from Manchester, Greater Manchester, UK on Jul 21 2006.


  • when two people (boy and girl) get together.
    Hey did you hear about Jack and Jill.. They mushed last night.
    You should so mush with him. You really suit each other.

    Last edited on Mar 22 2011. Submitted by Charlay on Mar 22 2011.

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