1. verb. pheonetic (shoosh sounds like bush)
To silence, or cause someone to stop speaking. To tell someone to be silent. see also shut up.
2. verb. To tell or brush someone or something away or to send away. Variation of shoo!
3. Explative. An expression of shock. "Wow" or "Shoosh"!
4. Noun. A club also known as "The Secret Society of Shoosh".
A group of common friends who began meeting to conduct mock meetings and ceremonies usually before or after church events including weddings. They have come to use many new words such as, shoosh the verb, yurl Oh Yurla, blarg, indunction muncion, and cleavage.
5. Verb. Salutation, pheonetic (Shooosh!)
Synonym to the word "Hail". To hail someone is to acclaim enthusiasticly, or to salute or greet. Shoosh is used similarly by members of the "Shoosh society", named so after this word.
It originated from "shoosh" as previously defined meaning "be quiet" but was answered with "Shoosh!" So it became a substitution for "Hail".
To skillfully deliver a "Shoosh" (also called "Pulling a shoosh") try to find the most random and ridiculous occasions to say "That's What She Said", always respond to statements that include words such as "wet, hard, and meat," then LAUGH YOUR ASS OFF- there's no going back.
"Let's do it now, it'll be too hard if we wait." (TWSS!!!)
I hope this works, I don't want to get wet again. (TWSS!!!)
No way dude! That was a total SHOOSH!
2. A dismissive exclamation.
Blue Jeans cost $60? You've got to be kidding me. Shoosh.
2. Leave me alone -- shoo-shoosh.
When You Run Out Of Things To Say As A Last Resort During An Arguement.
Shawn: What The Fuck?
Austin: Fuckin Shoosh Dude
Teacher: What Did You Say?
Austin: Oh Nothing.
Teacher: Thats What I Tought.
Austin: Thats Right Bitch Shoosh.
Derived from Kashmir, India. It commonly used as a pet name, or a manner in which to address an individual. (A noun.) As modern day language has evolved so has this word, now many use this word as common way of speech.
2. Hello shooshi, what are you doing?
3. Shoosh, calm down, it's okay!