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Giant snow blowers inhale the slushy stuff and blast it onto the metal frames.
Perhaps made of a slushy cometary material to begin with.
It was mid-May, so the snow was wet and slushy, not dry enough to stick.
Under these conditions, tiny individual ice crystals form, creating a slushy mixture.
The rebuilding amounted to an ungainly corrugated-iron roof over unpainted walls in the middle of a slushy field.
During the winter, the roads are slushy and dangerous.
The phrase indicates snow that softens or becomes slushy during the day and refreezes at night.
Put the sorbet and gin in a food processor or blender and blend until well combined but still slushy.
Sleet is often mixed with snow or freezing rain, so can leave an icy, slushy covering on roads.
Ice removal is encouraged for everyone's safety, and many mobility devices don't function well on slick or slushy surfaces.
In the afternoons, snow-covered areas can become slushy and slippery which can make hiking difficult and hazardous.
The heavy snow caused many roads to become slushy and difficult to travel.
The indistinct brush strokes and shades of ochre perfectly convey the hazy light and slushy stillness of a snow day.
In some years, the whole region is so saturated with melt water that it looks as blue as a raspberry slushy.
Light, fluffy snow contains less water than wet, slushy snow.
Stay away from cracks, pressure ridges, slushy or darker areas that signify thinner ice.
Avoid cracks, pressure ridges, slushy or darker areas that signal thinner ice.
In the northeast slushy roadways became ice covered resulting in numerous traffic accidents.
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