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Use "pash" in a sentence
"It may be a rather shallow and increasingly unrealistic kind of pash, but it's still there, still cooking away against all sense of reasonable expectation."
"Modern Britain, nation of curtain-twitchers, lethally prurient, a country obsessed with hanky-panky, tuts and clucks and wonders if Mr. Hague is having a hot, steamy "pash" with the fellow."
"She couldn't have been more than fifteen, and surely had what schoolgirls called a "pash" for the amiable young man."