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slosh

a popular dance with a traditional routine of steps, kicks, and turns performed in lines
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New Delhi [India], June 15 ( ANI ): Monsoon while pleasant, dreamy, lovely, and cozy, also equates to muddy, shoddy, sloshy, and sloppy.
"When it rains, it pours" was a good way to describe the deluge that burst over many areas along the coast, leaving soaked ceilings, sloshy living rooms and rivers instead of streets in its wake.
Right now, for a moment, the open bathroom door where Deuce stood allowed the jazz record sounds in, the adult laughter quieter, the sloshy ice cubes melting loudly against the glasses.
A heavy breakfast beforehand and a sloshy take-away coffee are not recommended.
I worry about my brain and whether he'll bust something inside me and I'll die slowly as things that aren't supposed to meet mix inside my sloshy guts.
The sin against the body--it was for that they wept in chief; the centuries of wrong against the muscles and the nerves, and those five portals by which we can alone apprehend--glozing it over with talk of evolution, until the body was white pap, the home of ideas as colourless, last sloshy stirrings of a spirit that had grasped the stars.
Gassing up, I felt like a food hussy spying on those harried folks dashing in and out with their cheap, crinkly-wrapper sandwiches of mystery meat and sloshy big red Gulps.
The Sloshy is repeatedly described as being saturated with the corpses of the suicidal and the drowned, with Braddon stressing
Woods blazed a drive left of the fairway into the sloshy ground; Stricker simply stepped up and swung an iron shot to six feet of the flag for a birdie.