Sunday, 1 December 2013



1. a soft pulpy mass or consistency
2. (agriculture) a feed of bran, meal, or malt mixed with water and fed to horses, cattle, or poultry
3. (especially in brewing) a mixture of mashed malt grains and hot water, from which malt is extracted
4. (British, informal) mashed potatoes
5. (Northern England, dialect) a brew of tea
-verb (trans.)
6. to beat or crush into a mash
7. to steep (malt grains) in hot water in order to extract malt, especially for making malt liquors
8. (Northern England, dialect) to brew (tea)
9. (archaic) to flirt with

Mashed red
Hidden ginger a covert flame
Brand new virgin oil
Baked white

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