scoosh

scoosh

(skʊʃ)
vb
1. to squirt
2. (intr) (of liquid) to rush
n
3. a squirt or rush of liquid
4. (Cookery) any fizzy drink
[C19: of imitative origin]

scoosh


Past participle: scooshed
Gerund: scooshing

Imperative
scoosh
scoosh
Present
I scoosh
you scoosh
he/she/it scooshes
we scoosh
you scoosh
they scoosh
Preterite
I scooshed
you scooshed
he/she/it scooshed
we scooshed
you scooshed
they scooshed
Present Continuous
I am scooshing
you are scooshing
he/she/it is scooshing
we are scooshing
you are scooshing
they are scooshing
Present Perfect
I have scooshed
you have scooshed
he/she/it has scooshed
we have scooshed
you have scooshed
they have scooshed
Past Continuous
I was scooshing
you were scooshing
he/she/it was scooshing
we were scooshing
you were scooshing
they were scooshing
Past Perfect
I had scooshed
you had scooshed
he/she/it had scooshed
we had scooshed
you had scooshed
they had scooshed
Future
I will scoosh
you will scoosh
he/she/it will scoosh
we will scoosh
you will scoosh
they will scoosh
Future Perfect
I will have scooshed
you will have scooshed
he/she/it will have scooshed
we will have scooshed
you will have scooshed
they will have scooshed
Future Continuous
I will be scooshing
you will be scooshing
he/she/it will be scooshing
we will be scooshing
you will be scooshing
they will be scooshing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been scooshing
you have been scooshing
he/she/it has been scooshing
we have been scooshing
you have been scooshing
they have been scooshing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been scooshing
you will have been scooshing
he/she/it will have been scooshing
we will have been scooshing
you will have been scooshing
they will have been scooshing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been scooshing
you had been scooshing
he/she/it had been scooshing
we had been scooshing
you had been scooshing
they had been scooshing
Conditional
I would scoosh
you would scoosh
he/she/it would scoosh
we would scoosh
you would scoosh
they would scoosh
Past Conditional
I would have scooshed
you would have scooshed
he/she/it would have scooshed
we would have scooshed
you would have scooshed
they would have scooshed
References in periodicals archive ?
Annoying when you have champagne dreams and scoosh money isn't it?
When he crosses a line, it's like the ones the refs scoosh in the World Cup.
Just one scoosh and your hair appears thicker, shinier, and stronger.
I remember being 12 or 13 and stealing the odd scoosh of my big sister's bottle when we shared a room.
Scoosh on Natural Collection Apple and Lime Body Spray, pounds 1.
GUTTED TONY BLACK Published by Preface Former hack Gus Dury, "wedded to a bottle of scoosh and smoking sixty a day", is the kind of guy who runs towards trouble.
The man has won nothing and we will win the league at a scoosh.
There are various products on the market which can deter cats and there's nothing beats a scoosh from a water pistol or hose up their rear-ends.
A sudden scoosh of water when she is barking could stop her, though seeing an animal behaviourist through your vet may quieten your yappy pooch in the long run.