sloosh


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sloosh

(sluːʃ)
n
the noise made by splashing or running water
vb (tr)
to pour or splash water
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How could I get up close and see the beauty--the diverse range of colours of the grasses, open my ears to the scratch of fiddler crabs, the sloosh of mummichog, small killifish, in tidal pools?
The event will be broadcasted live the online observatory website Sloosh via YouTube.
It was just a remnant in summer, but me and my mates had splashed about in it near the electricity substation where the water made a pool for itself before it slipped through the grille with a cool dark sloosh.
I recommend that after brushing twice a day you have a 30-second sloosh of a mouth wash that can reduce tartar.
A simple 30-second sloosh with a mouthwash can help remove plaque and bacteria left behind after brushing and flossing.
Research has shown that a 30-second sloosh of Cool Citrus Listerine twice a day reduces 56% more plaque than simply brushing, as well as fresher breath.