gushy


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
He was prone to write long, gushy love letters to women not his wife, and once in love he found it difficult to focus on his work.
True, some of the words are a little too American because of their gushy tones (coming from a European perspective) but I don't think any mother who receives this will be that concerned or bothered.
It used to be that you could attract funding from venture capitalists by doing little more than writing a gushy business plan and including the word "Internet" in it.
When Kathy Lee Gifford left the Regis and Kathy Lee Show, chances are that the producer, Michael Gelman, as well as Regis Philben, were greatly concerned that their ratings would plummet without the gushy sidekick shaking her ever-changing locks at the camera.
Yes, of course, that is what Strauss waltzes are all about, anyway, but a less overtly gushy approach is more to my liking.
The emergence of the Internet Shopping Network is a symbol of how coolly calculating heads are prevailing over gushy platitudes about democratic discourse in cyberspace.
Director Carl Franklin has permitted too much gushy music on the soundtrack, and Karen Croner's screenplay is awkward and often confusing.
lRoberts is also on the mark as Gushy (Mick Easterby) lands the nursery, but a less happy bunny is Tony Kimberly after Gualdo (Michael Stoute) is adjudged not to have run on his merits in the juvenile maiden won by stablemate Code Satin (Walter Swinburn).
Closet queen," "scholarship boy," even "our Bert" from someone who detests the tendency to tutoyer in criticism or biography (happily, the intro to this collection slips only once with a gushy little "Angela").
More people read about the Princess in People or Vanity Fair or favorable gushy tabloid stories.
As she tied her shoelaces, they reminded her of the gushy, mushy worms she would have to touch.