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Etymology:probably alteration of 1slush
1 : MUD, MIRE; especially : a muddy deposit (as on tideland or river bed) : OOZE
2 : a muddy or slushy mass, deposit, or sediment: as a : the precipitated solid matter produced by water and sewage treatment processes b : mud from a drill hole in boring c : muddy sediment in a steam boiler