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5 definitions found
 for slosh
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Slosh \Slosh\, Sloshy \Slosh"y\
     See Slush, Slushy.
     [1913 Webster]

From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Slush \Slush\ (sl[u^]sh), n. [Cf. Sw. slaska to paddle in water,
     slask wet, filth.] [Written also slosh.]
     1. Soft mud.
        [1913 Webster]
  
     2. A mixture of snow and water; half-melted snow.
        [1913 Webster]
  
     3. A soft mixture of grease and other materials, used for
        lubrication.
        [1913 Webster]
  
     4. The refuse grease and fat collected in cooking, especially
        on shipboard.
        [1913 Webster]
  
     5. (Mach.) A mixture of white lead and lime, with which the
        bright parts of machines, such as the connecting rods of
        steamboats, are painted to be preserved from oxidation.
        [1913 Webster]

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  slosh
      v 1: make a splashing sound; "water was splashing on the floor"
           [syn: splash, splosh, slosh, slush]
      2: walk through mud or mire; "We had to splosh across the wet
         meadow" [syn: squelch, squish, splash, splosh,
         slosh, slop]
      3: spill or splash copiously or clumsily; "slosh paint all over
         the walls" [syn: slosh, slush, slosh around, slush
         around]

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  159 Moby Thesaurus words for "slosh":
     asperge, avalanche, babble, bang, bash, bat, bedew, belt,
     bespatter, besprinkle, biff, blizzard, bolt, bubble, burble,
     cascade, cataract, catch, churn, clay, clout, crack, cram, crystal,
     dabble, damp, dampen, dash, deluge, dew, douche, douse,
     driven snow, engulf, flake, flood, flurry, foam, froth, glop,
     gobble, granular snow, guggle, gumbo, gunk, gurgle, gush, guzzle,
     hose, hose down, humect, humectate, humidify, igloo, ingurgitate,
     inundate, irrigate, lap, lapping, mantle of snow, mire, mogul,
     moisten, muck, mud, nail, ooze, overbrim, overflow, overrun,
     overwhelm, paddle, plash, pound, pour out, pour over, purl, ripple,
     roar, run over, rush, scum, shower, slab, slam, slime, slip, slob,
     slobber, slog, slop, sludge, slush, smack, smite, snow,
     snow banner, snow bed, snow blanket, snow blast, snow fence,
     snow flurry, snow roller, snow slush, snow squall, snow wreath,
     snow-crystal, snowball, snowbank, snowbridge, snowcap, snowdrift,
     snowfall, snowfield, snowflake, snowland, snowman, snowscape,
     snowshed, snowslide, snowslip, snowstorm, sock, sparge, spatter,
     spill, spill out, spill over, spindrift, splash, splatter, splosh,
     splurge, sponge, spray, sprinkle, spume, spurtle, squash, submerge,
     swamp, swash, sweep, swill, swish, syringe, trill, tumble, wallop,
     wash, washing, water, wet, wet down, wet snow, whack, whelm, whirl,
     wolf
  
  

From The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (30 December 2018) :

  backslash
  \
  slosh
  
      "\" ASCII code 92.  Common names: escape (from
     C/Unix); reverse slash; slosh; backslant; backwhack.  Rare:
     bash; ITU-T: reverse slant; reversed virgule; INTERCAL:
     backslat.
  
     Backslash is used to separate components in MS-DOS
     pathnames, and to introduce special character sequence in
     C and Unix strings, e.g. "\n" for newline.
  
     (2000-02-21)
  

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