a mixture of mashed malt grains and hot water; used in brewing
mixture of ground animal feeds
squash, crush, squelch, mash, squeeze(verb)
to compress with violence, out of natural shape or condition
"crush an aluminum can"; "squeeze a lemon"
comminute, twitch, suppress, vanquish, pressure, crush, squish, grind, romance, rack, quell, twinge, splash, dally, hale, beat, press, jam, smash, wring, flirt, force, embrace, crunch, trounce, coquette, shove, thrust, chat up, demolish, butterfly, compress, hug, beat out, tweet, slop, quench, contract, compact, extort, stuff, squeeze, squash, philander, bosom, pinch, coquet, break down, slosh, coerce, oppress, wedge, squelch, bray, constrict, splosh, gouge, shell
chat up, flirt, dally, butterfly, coquet, coquette, romance, philander, mash(verb)
talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions
"The guys always try to chat up the new secretaries"; "My husband never flirts with other women"
flirt, crush, womanise, court, squelch, solicit, play, dally, coquette, coquet, butterfly, romance, comminute, dawdle, toy, woo, bray, womanize, grind, squeeze, philander, crunch, chat up, squash, trifle
grind, mash, crunch, bray, comminute(verb)
reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading
"grind the spices in a mortar"; "mash the garlic"
flirt, craunch, crackle, dig, travail, squelch, cranch, dally, labour, coquet, chat up, romance, comminute, crush, coquette, scraunch, butterfly, scranch, squeeze, munch, grind, grate, toil, bray, labor, crunch, hee-haw, squash, moil, philander, drudge
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Maybe when people get really tired of superhero movies, they'll do it as one last ditch desperate attempt to kind of milk the cow dry, i think there are so many characters in the X-Men universe that we could go and explore before we have to go and mash up with those guys.
We knew black-eyed peas were loaded with the starch necessary to make the fermented mash that can be distilled into liquor, we just needed to prove it.
You mold your style according the presidential requirements, i was a lawyer, a barrister who went to court every day. Every judge is different and you adapt your argument according to the judge so it sort of comes naturally. Howman, who often represented athletes in New Zealand who could not afford his services and paid in cricket bats and All-Blacks rugby jerseys, has been there through all the highs and lows. When WADA opened in 2003, drugs in sport had already become a worldwide epidemic and fair play was merely a quaint idea. Doping was firmly entrenched in the sporting culture, largely tolerated, if not tacitly accepted, by those who competed in everything from cycling's Tour de France to baseball's World Series. With no meaningful out-of-competition testing, a mish-mash of sanctions and banned substance lists, entrepreneurs such as BALCO mastermind Victor Conte operated in near impunity, pushing out designer steroids faster than tests could be developed to detect them. From a small headquarters in Montreal, WADA has grown into a global agency with four regional offices and 35 laboratories, although four are currently under suspension.
We're pie and mash tourists, we try to get out and see as many of these shops as possible.
I think there are so many characters in the X-Men universe that we could go and explore before we have to go and mash up with those guys, x-Men: Apocalypse.
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