noun, plural slurries.
a thin mixture of an insoluble substance, as cement, clay, or coal, with a liquid, as water or oil.
Ceramics. a thin slip.
verb (used with object), slurried, slurrying.
to prepare a suspension of (a solid in a liquid).
of or relating to such a suspension.
noun (pl) -ries
a suspension of solid particles in a liquid, as in a mixture of cement, clay, coal dust, manure, meat, etc with water
noun 1. partly melted snow. 2. liquid mud; watery mire. 3. waste, as fat, grease, or other refuse, from the galley of a ship. 4. a mixture of grease and other materials for lubricating. 5. silly, sentimental, or weakly emotional talk or writing: romantic slush. 6. slush pile. verb (used with object) 7. to splash […]
noun 1. a sum of money used for illicit or corrupt political purposes, as for buying influence. 2. Nautical. a fund from the sale of slush, refuse fat, etc., spent for any small luxuries. noun 1. a fund for financing political or commercial corruption 2. (US, nautical) a fund accumulated from the sale of slush […]
noun, Informal. 1. a collection of unsolicited manuscripts submitted to a publisher.
adjective, slushier, slushiest. 1. of or relating to slush. 2. Informal. tritely sentimental; mushy. adjective slushier, slushiest 1. of, resembling, or consisting of slush noun (pl) slushies 2. an unskilled kitchen assistant