Her writing is gushy
and bland at times, but there are some sweet insights into her family life.
The book is full of gushy
praise for the president the twice-divorced Trierweiler calls 'my man'.
First came gushy
praise for Crowley, who joked later he wrote that piece.
I'm not going to get all gushy
and predict the greatest shock result in Scottish Cup history.
Not to get gushy
, but if you're a writer, or want to be a writer, or just like to hang out around writers and pretend you're a writer, then you'll gobble up Bruce Jay Friedman's literary memoir, Lucky Bruce.
It gets a little problematic when you start getting all gushy
over your hew Ford Mustang, unless of course you designed and built the damn thing in the first place.
The thing to remember is that praise doesn't have to be gushy
or overwhelming; sometimes the smallest words can have the biggest effect, especially with children.
Someone may feel that you are being too gushy
about one situation or person, but you just have a feeling that things can work out well for you.
I don't want to be gushy
and weird about it, but I am in love," says Kate.
We ended up trading desserts, as my spouse disliked the gushy
pudding and whipped cream-based mix with nuts, on a shortbread crust, that makes up Williams' Mud Pie, and it's right up my alley.
Surprisingly, the combination worked wonderfully, with the pulse adding another textural level to the gushy
red meat that needed only the slightest encouragement to disintegrate.
The most glittering ensemble of the year gets all gushy
in this romance that's destined to keep Cupid very busy indeed.
The Moon could see you be a bit gushy
and try too hard, but if you can slow down, say what you mean and mean what you y g y y say, you can overcome the potential for misunderstandings y y y y and mix-ups.
They are cutting without being too bitchy and caring without being too gushy
It's debatable whether they're worth their rumoured pounds 10million-a-head salary - but they make I'm A Celeb worth its weight in gold.
It is a gushy
devotional to baseball by a writer who has read too much Kinsella and too much Malamud--like a pitch tossed by a determined Little Leaguer, we can see where this one is going right from the start.