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tush 1

Pronunciation: /təSH/

exclamation

archaic or humorous
Expressing disapproval, impatience, or dismissal: tush, these are trifles and mere old wives' tales

Origin

Natural utterance: first recorded in late Middle English.

Words that rhyme with tush

ablush, blush, brush, crush, flush, gush, hush, hush-hush, lush, mush, plush, rush, shush, slush, thrush

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tush 2

Pronunciation: /təSH/

noun

1A long pointed tooth, in particular a canine tooth of a male horse.

Origin

Old English tusc (see tusk).

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tush 3

Pronunciation: /to͝oSH/

noun

informal, chiefly North American
A person’s buttocks.

Origin

1960s (as tushie): from Yiddish tokhes, from Hebrew taḥaṯ 'beneath'.

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