Definition of mushie in English:

mushie

noun

Australian
informal
  • 1A mushroom.

    ‘toss the pasta in the sauce and serve the mushies on the side’
    • ‘Stir over a medium high heat until the mushies release their juices.’
    • ‘I like to mix portabellos with button, cremini, oyster, and wild mushies, but use whatever you have on hand.’
    • ‘While we often add in some extra mushies or onions to the barbecue mix, let's not forget all of the other vegetables that taste just as great barbecued.’
    • ‘By searing portobello or field mushies in a hot pan, you get wonderfully concentrated mushrooms in a fraction of the time it would take to roast them.’
    • ‘The hospital gets up to 250 calls each mushroom season from people who munch on mushies then fret they have been poisoned.’
    • ‘I had two helpings of bacon, eggs, tomatoes, mushies and sausages, a big glass of orange juice, an apple danish and 3 mini croissants.’
    • ‘The Mushroom Man stall is funghi fans' heaven with 'shrooms available all year round along with exotic mushies, truffles and truffle oils.’
    • ‘Whatever happened to good old bacon and bum nuts on toast with mushies and tomatoes?’
    • ‘He has spent more than 2500 hours searching for mushies to the point he can spot clusters while driving at 100km an hour.’
    • ‘Justine is teaming seafood with her mushies.’
    1. 1.1
      ‘it's as if mushies are now equivalent to crystal meth’
      short for magic mushroom
      • ‘They want to do more mushies, but I'm worried.’
      • ‘In my misguided youth, I spent many hours searching for "mushies".’
      • ‘Dried mushies are never as potent as the fresh stuff.’
      • ‘Mushies have weird semi-legal status over here, I think.’
      • ‘I'm not too keen on taking mushies at parties.’
      • ‘I could feel the mushies coming on stronger and stronger.’
      • ‘I went to a party last night, got drunk, stoned and was tripping on mushies.’

Pronunciation

mushie

/ˈmʌʃi/