adv. In a mushy manner.
Usage examples of "mushily".
Neither Suzanne nor Perry could decide if they were mortified or delighted, especially being greeted with such mushily amorous protestations.
They were sinking mushily into the mud as I stopped-then carefully began to back out.
The sand at the bottom of the draw sucked mushily under his shoes, and he climbed up the other side, skidding slightly.
Some of the cross-tie tree trunks would be lying across hummocks of fairly solid ground, others would lie mushily on a patch of mud, and others would simply be floating like pontoons on the water.
He might have felt happier speaking to Osar through an interpreter, for the serf had a western accent that would have made him hard to understand at best, and also spoke mushily because he was missing most of his teeth.