sloshy

[slosh-ee]
adjective, sloshier, sloshiest.
of or pertaining to slosh; slushy.

Origin:
1790–1800; slosh + -y1

sloshily, adverb
sloshiness, noun
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slosh (slɒʃ)
 
n
1.  watery mud, snow, etc
2.  slang (Brit) a heavy blow
3.  the sound of splashing liquid
4.  a popular dance with a traditional routine of steps, kicks, and turns performed in lines
 
vb (when intr, often foll by about or around) (usually foll by about or around)
5.  informal (tr; foll by around, on, in, etc) to throw or pour (liquid)
6.  informal
 a.  to shake or stir (something) in a liquid
 b.  (of a person) to splash (around) in water, etc
7.  slang (Brit) (tr) to deal a heavy blow to
8.  informal to shake (a container of liquid) or (of liquid within a container) to be shaken
 
[C19: variant of slush, influenced by slop1]
 
'sloshy
 
adj

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Example sentences
Partially full containers of sloshy liquid seem to be easily identifiable.
The makers of this sloshy-tub have completely missed the point of the automatic washing machine.
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