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Word: MASH

The word MASH has appeared in at least 360 clues on different crosswords.

MASH definition(s):

  • a mixture of mashed malt grains and hot water; used in brewing
  • to compress with violence, out of natural shape or condition
  • mixture of ground animal feeds
  • talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions
  • reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading

Clue(s)
"""Goodbye, Farewell and Amen"" was the last episode of this series"
"""Monster ___"""
"""Monster ___"" (1962 #1 novelty hit)"
"""Monster ___"" (Bobby Pickett)"
"""Monster ___"" (Halloween hit)"
"""Sour"" moonshine mix"
"""Suicide Is Painless"" was its theme"
"""Suicide Is Painless"" was its theme song"
'70s Emmy-winning show
11-year sitcom
1968 novel set in Korea
1972-83 sitcom
1974 Emmy winner for best comedy series
1974 Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy winner
44 Ground malt-hot water mixture
8063rd or 4077th
Alan Alda series
Alan Alda sitcom
Alda TV vehicle
Alda classic
Alda series
Alda sitcom
Alda smash
Alda's program
Altman film: 1970
Antiwar sitcom
Any soft mixture.
"Bangers partner, in a British dish"
Bangers side
Beat to a pulp
Beer ingredient
Beer ingredient.
Beer-brewing mixture
Beloved sitcom which celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2012 (the first words of four answers spell out the acronym!)
Big sitcom of the 70s
Bourbon base
Bran and hot water.
Bran mixture for cattle feed.
Brewer's material
Brewer's mix
Brewer's preparation
Brewery mixture
Brewing mixture.
"British potato dish, informally"
British side
Cattle feed
Cattle feed.
Cattle food
Chicken feed
Chicken feed.
Chickenfeed
Classic TV series
Classic TV show with 3 stars?
Classic TV show with three stars?
Classic TV's 4077th
Classic sitcom
"Classic war film with ""Hawkeye"" and ""Hot Lips"""
Col. Potter's command
Col. Sherman Potter's post
Corn whiskey base
Couch potato's favorite show?
Crush
Crush to a pulp
"Crush, as potatoes"
Crush.
Defunct TV series with Jeeps & ambulances
"Defunct TV series with Jeeps & ambulances (1,1,1,1)"
Distillery mixture
Do a kitchen chore
Donald Sutherland hit
Farm feed
Fattle keyed
Feed mixture.
Fermentable mixture
Fermented mixture
Film title with asterisks
"Finished on Feb. 28, 1983"
Fix some potatoes
Fix the potatoes
Flatten
Flirt
Flirt with
"Flirt, in old slang"
Food for livestock
"Former TV series whose theme song was ""Suicide is Painless"""
Former three-star TV series?
Grain mixture for livestock
Ground animal feed
Ground mixture
"Halloween staple ""Monster ___"""
Hawkeye Pierce's workplace
Hawkeye's home
Hawkeye's milieu
Hawkeye's outfit
Hawkeye's show
Hawkeye's unit
Hit TV show set in Korea
Hit film in 1970
Horse feed
Horse feed served warm
Hot Lips and Radar worked at one
Hot Lips starred in this TV hit
It goes with bangers
"It lost out to ""Patton"" for Best Picture"
"Its theme song was ""Suicide Is Painless"""
Jam down
Jamie Farr TV series
Jamie Farr's breakout series
Kind of note
King-size book
Klinger's outfit
Korea-based sitcom
Korean War dramatization
Korean War film
Korean War sitcom
Korean war film
"Last episode was Feb. 28, 1983"
Livestock feed
Long-run TV hit
Long-run TV show
Long-running TV hit
Long-running TV series
Long-running army comedy
Long-running army medical show
Long-running sitcom
Loretta Swit series
Meal mixture
Megahit TV series
Mixture for cattle
Mixture for cattle feed.
Monstrous dance?
Moonshine ingredient
Moonshine makings
Moonshine mix
Moonshine-to-be
Moonshiner's mix
Moonshiner's mixture
Moonshiner's need
Movie-spinoff TV series
Not handle gently
Old TV show set in Korea
Old hit TV show set in Korea
One kind of note
One kind of note.
One way to prepare potatoes
Part of a brew.
Partner of mish
Plymouth potato dish
Popular TV war sitcom
"Potato dish, in British slang"
Pound
Pound into a pulp
Pound potatoes
Pound to a pulp
Premiere of 9/17/72
Prepare Alan Alda's potatoes?
Prepare avocado for guacamole
Prepare avocados for guacamole
Prepare potatoes
Prepare potatoes in a way
"Prepare potatoes, in a way"
"Prepare potatoes, perhaps"
"Prepare potatoes, possibly"
"Prepare spuds, in a way"
"Prepare, as potatoes"
"Prepare, as vegetables."
"Prepare, in a way, as sweet potatoes"
Press
Program featuring Hawkeye
Pulp
Pulpy mixture
Pulverize
Pulverize potatoes
"Pulverize, as potatoes"
Radar unit?
Radar venue
Radar's milieu
Radar's post
Radar's show
Radar's sitcom
Radar's unit
Reduce to a pulp
Reduce to mush
Reduce to pulp
"Richard Hooker book subtitled ""A Novel About Three Army Doctors"""
"Richard Hooker novel with the subtitle ""A Novel About Three Army Doctors"""
Series in the DVD Martinis and Medicine Collection
"Series with the final episode entitled 'Goodbye, Farewell and Amen'"
Show on which Radar drank Nehi
Show whose characters lived in tents
"Show whose final episode aired 2/28/83, and this puzzle's theme"
"Show with Frank Burns and ""Hot Lips"""
Show with a noted theme song
Side dish with bangers
Sitcom set in Korea
"Sitcom set in Uijongbu, South Korea"
Sitcom title with three asterisks
Sitcom with three stars
Smush
Smush spuds
Sour ___
Spirits source
Squash
"Squash, as avocados for guacamole"
Squash.
Squish
Squish squash
"Squish, as potatoes"
Squoosh
Squush
"Squush, as spuds"
"Sweetheart, in old slang"
Swit's sitcom
TV hit
TV offering
TV series
TV series on Korean War medicos
TV series set in Korea
TV series with Hawkeye and Hot Lips
TV show
TV show that featured Hawkeye and Radar
TV show that featured a Potter and a Trapper
"TV show that signed off on February 28, 1983"
TV show where Frank Burns wooed Hot Lips
TV show with the most-watched finale of all time
TV sitcom
"TV's 4077th, e.g."
"The 4077th, for one"
"The 4077th, for short"
Trapper John's post
Triage group
Turn into pulp
Turn to pulp
"Turn to pulp, as potatoes"
Type of note
Vehicle for Alda
Vehicle for Loretta Swit
War show
War sitcom
War-zone sitcom
Wartime acronym
Wartime med. unit
Where Hawkeye practiced
Where singer was clean
Whiskey base
Whiskey fermenter
Wort ingredient
Beat to a pulp
Pulverize potatoes
Prepare potatoes, perhaps
Prepare, as avocados for guacamole
Prepare potatoes
Crush
Alda's classic sitcom
Pulp (potato)
Pulp (potato)
Whiskey base, often
Button-___ (hit everything at once, in gamer lingo)
Crush
Crush
Sitcom with Hawkeye
Prepare, as potatoes
Pulverize potatoes
Prepare potatoes, in a way
Bangers and ___ (British dish)
Pulverize
Pulverize
Sitcom with Hawkeye and Radar
Pulverize potatoes
Crush
__-up: hybrid musical piece
Bangers and ___ (British dish)
Pulp (potato)
Pulverize potatoes
Pulverize, as potatoes
Sitcom with Radar and Klinger
Prepare potatoes
British side
Puree
Hams cooked with some potatoes
Col. Potter's post
Crush
Dish, bangers & ...
Prepare potatoes, perhaps
Pulverise
Squish, as potatoes
Use a pestle
Show with Radar and Klinger
Prepare potatoes
Accompaniment for a Brit's bangers
Pulp (potato)
Classic TV series set in Korea
Beer-brewing mixture
Turn to pulp
Puree
Hams cooked with potatoes
Use a pestle
Alan Alda sitcom set in Korea
Pulverize
Squash
Crush
Pulverize potatoes
Make a pulp out of
Reduce to a pulp
Moonshine maker's need
Hawkeye Pierce's sitcom
Bangers partner
Render pulpy
1970s sitcom set in Korea
Pound
Livestock feed
Sitcom set in Korea
Moonshine mix
Moonshine mix
Bran mixture
Reduce to pulp
Crush
One way to prepare potatoes
Cream (potatoes)
TV show that featured a Potter and a Trapper
Prepare, as avocados for guacamole
Pulverize, as potatoes
Dish, bangers & ...
1970 comedy-drama film starring Donald Sutherland and Elliott Gould
Pulp (potato)
Sham, maybe, but tasteful
Old sitcom that featured Hawkeye, Trapper John, and Radar
Pulverize
Moonshine mix
Prepare potatoes
Sitcom set in Korea
Crush (potatoes)
Pound
Prepare, as potatoes
Pulverize, as potatoes
Crush (potatoes)
Classic TV series set in Korea
Prepare avocados for guacamole, for example
Pulp (potato)
Pulp (potato)
Pulverize
Hams proceed to go with sausage
Prepare potatoes
Pulverize potatoes
Pulverize (potatoes)
Sitcom set in South Korea
Jamie Farr's breakout series
TV military dramedy starring Alan Alda
Jamie Farr's breakout series
Dish, bangers & ...
Sitcom that had such characters as Father Mulcahy and Hot Lips Houlihan
Crush
Crush into a paste
Puree
Hams cooked with some potatoes
Prepare potatoes to serve with gravy
There's many a tree to reduce to pulp
Distillery mixture
TV show with three stars
Crush (potatoes)

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