(Canadian, informal) land considered to be worthless, esp when lacking in extractable mineral deposits
1. a river in NE Ontario, Canada, formed by the junction of the Mattagami and Missinaibi rivers and flowing NE to James Bay. 60 miles (100 km) long.
[moos-woo d] /ˈmusˌwʊd/ noun 1. . 2. .
verb To mash; squash: I see it’s all mooshed out of shape Related Terms mush2 [1990+; the date should certainly be much earlier, since this is a variant spelling of mush, which is found by 1781] noun The face, esp the mouth and jaws: He pulled his mush away from the plate and sighed [1859+; […]
noun See moo shu