Definitions for slashy

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  1. slashy(Adjective)

    Involving lots of cutting with blades, or swordwork.

  2. slashy(Adjective)

    resembling a slash (the punctuation mark)

  3. slashy(Adjective)

    wet, having wet ground, slushy

  4. slashy(Adjective)

    making a movement akin to swiping a sword.

  5. slashy(Adjective)

    darting, running in a zigzag motion

  6. slashy(Adjective)

    of a work of art, done in the style that suggests the painter was slashing the canvas with a paintbrush

  7. slashy(Adjective)

    slushy, uber-romantic

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  1. Slashy(adj)

    wet and dirty; slushy

  2. Origin: [Cf. Sw. slaska to dabble in water. Cf. Slush.]

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