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frush

(frʌʃ)
n
a crashing or clattering noisea collection of splinters or fragments
adj
easily broken; brittle; fragile
vb (tr)
to break into pieces; to crush or bruise

frush

(frʌʃ)
n
1. (Zoology) the frog of a horse's foot
2. (Veterinary Science) Also (more fully): running frush a disease affecting the frog of a horse's foot
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Frush

 fragments; splinters collectively, 1583.
Example: all the frush and leavings of the Greeks, 1583.
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