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Another word for mash

  1. To press forcefully so as to break up into a pulpy mass

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Another word for mash

      1. A mixing or being mixed
      2. A commercial mixture of ingredients for preparing a food, usually by adding liquid
      3. A mixture of ingredients packaged and sold commercially:
      1. A serving of such a beverage.
      2. (Informal) A drink of beer
      3. Something produced as if by brewing; a mix:
      1. Alternative spelling of chicken feed.
      2. (Idiomatic) A very small or insignificant quantity, especially of money.
      3. Food (usually grain) given to poultry.
      1. Ore ground to a powder and mixed with water
      2. A mixture of ground-up, moistened cellulose material, as wood, linen, rags, etc., from which paper is made
      3. Plant matter remaining after a process, such as the extraction of juice by pressure, has been completed:
      1. A food that has been pounded until it is reduced to a smooth creamy mass:
      2. A soft, smooth, thick mixture or material, as:
      3. A mixture of flour or starch, water, and occasionally alum, resin, etc., used as an adhesive for paper or other light materials
      1. Any pasty mass like this
      2. A pasty mass similar to this mixture.
      3. A mixture of flour, liquid, leavening, and other ingredients, worked into a soft, thick mass for baking into bread, pastry, etc.
      1. (Printing) A bruise on the face of a plate or of type in the form.
      2. A flowing mixture of flour, milk, eggs, etc. for making cakes or pancakes, coating food before frying, etc.
      3. A beaten mixture of flour and liquid (usually egg and milk), used for baking (e.g. pancakes, cake, or Yorkshire pudding) or to coat food (e.g. fish) prior to frying
      1. Any oversimplified or bland writing, ideas, etc.
      2. Any soft or semiliquid food for babies or invalids
      3. Any mash, paste, or pulp
      1. A suspension of small globules of one liquid in a second liquid with which the first will not mix:
      2. (--- Photog.) A suspension of a salt of silver, platinum, etc. in gelatin or collodion, used to coat plates, film, and paper
      3. A photosensitive coating, usually of silver halide grains in a thin gelatin layer, on photographic film, paper, or glass.
      1. A hot, soft, moist mass, as of flour, herbs, mustard, etc., sometimes spread on cloth, applied to a sore or inflamed part of the body
      1. A piece of absorbent porous material, such as cellulose, plastic, or rubber, used especially for washing and cleaning.
      2. A vaginal contraceptive device consisting of a round piece of spongy material infused with a spermicide
      3. Dough that has been or is being leavened.
      1. A crush or congestion of people or things in a limited space:
      2. A group of persons or things so close together as to jam a passageway, etc.
      3. A food made by boiling fruit with sugar to a thick mixture
      1. Introduction of a solution into the body through a vein for therapeutic purposes.
      2. The liquid extract that results from steeping a substance in water
      3. The liquid product obtained by infusing:
      1. A decocting or being decocted
      2. An extract produced by decocting
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      1. To proceed or move by crowding or pressing:
      2. To be or become crushed:
      3. To break, pound, or grind (stone or ore, for example) into small fragments or powder.
      1. (Informal) To discuss carefully; review:
      2. To make a quick, rough version
      3. To chop (meat or vegetables) into small pieces for cooking
      1. To experience or undergo bruising:
      2. To be or become bruised
      3. To pound (berries, for example) into fragments; crush.
      1. To be squashed, as by a heavy fall, pressure, etc.
      2. To move with a splashing or sucking sound, as when walking through boggy ground.
      3. To become crushed, flattened, or pulpy, as by pressure or impact.
      1. To bite and grind or crush with the teeth; masticate
      2. (Informal) To damage or destroy as by chewing; mangle, hack, etc.
      3. To meditate on; ponder:
      1. To chew up (food, etc.)
      2. To grind, cut, or knead (rubber, etc.) to a pulp
      3. To grind and knead (rubber, for example) into a pulp.
      1. To cause to waste away or grow thin
      2. (Loosely) To break, tear, chop, etc. into bits
      3. To cause to become lean, usually by starvation; emaciate.
      1. To break suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow or collision:
      2. To cause to come into forceful contact with something:
      3. To break or shatter into pieces with noise or violence
      1. (Slang) To drink quickly (a beverage, especially an alcoholic one). Often used with back or down :
      2. To produce energetically, as from forceful use of the hands. Often used with out :
      3. To cause harm or loss to; affect adversely:
      1. To bring into a certain order; systematize
      2. To become reduced
      3. To bring to a specified undesirable state, as of weakness or helplessness:
      1. To get, extract, or extort by force or unfair means
      2. To get, bring forth, or extract by pressure
      3. To put pressure or bring influence to bear upon (someone) to do a certain thing, as to pay money, etc.
      1. To be made by boiling or steeping:
      2. To plan (mischief, trouble, etc.); plot; scheme
      3. To begin to form
      1. To fill or cause to be filled with something:
      2. To introduce (a solution) into the body through a vein for therapeutic purposes.
      3. To steep or soak without boiling in order to extract soluble elements or active principles.
      1. To make concentrated; boil down.
      2. To extract the essence, flavor, etc. of by boiling
      1. To immerse, saturate, absorb, or imbue
      2. To soak in liquid, so as to soften, clean, extract the essence of, etc.
      3. To soak in liquid in order to cleanse, soften, or extract a given property from.
      1. To pound, crush, or grind to a powder or dust.
      2. To break down completely; demolish
      3. To be ground or reduced to powder or dust.
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