Used to express mild reproof, disapproval, or admonition.(interjection)
A canine tooth, especially of a horse.(noun)
Chiefly Southern U.S. See tusk.(noun)
Slang The buttocks.(noun)
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Use "tush" in a sentence
"The word tush occurs frequently and quaintly: "Tush I an sure to fail;""
"What has many on the left squirming in their toddler seats due to the uncomfortable dampness in their tush was a speech made by our President to the Israeli Knesset celebrating the State of Israel's 60th birthday."
""My 'tush' feels like your feet after you have been walking on them all day.""