The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tusche \Tusch"e\, n. Also Tushe \Tushe\, Tousche \Tousche\, etc. A lithographic drawing or painting material of the same nature as lithographic ink. It is also used as a resistant in the biting-in process.
Usage examples of "tushe".
The Tushe Gun dropped the trans-comm to the ground as if it were contaminated.
The Tushe Gun and his companion rode away toward the scattering of yurts.
Kane and Grant, not understanding a word, smiled deferentially at the Tushe Gun.
He could hear cries of anger and pain and what he thought was the Tushe Gun's voice raised in a flurry of furious commands.
The Tushe Gun paused to inhale a slobbery breath and said scornfully, "
The Tushe Gun began a retort, but he bit it off, barely able to repress a groan.
The direct question took the Tushe Gun by surprise, but he didn't reply.
Yet when she saw the Tushe Gun's saber at the helpless Kane's throat, only one emotion motivated her—she would not watch him die again.
The Tushe Gun had looted much Archon technology from it, without understanding what it was.
She knew it was from the injury he had received in the Black Gobi, when he'd rescued her from the Tushe Gun's genetic mingler by shielding her unconscious body from the machine's wild energy discharges with his own.
Yet when she saw the Tushe Gun's blade at the helpless Kane's throat, only one emotion motivated her—she would not watch him die again.
Yet, when she saw the Tushe Gun's saber at Kane's throat, only one emotion predominated hi her, and motivated her—she would not watch him die again.
They had battled against the massed firepower of the baronial armies and the Mongol fanatics of the Tushe Gun—they had made war against nature, natives, professionals, madmen, geniuses and finally, even each other.
First Adrian and Davis in the Black Gobi, murdered by the forces of the Tushe Gun, then Beth-Li Rouch,.