mash note

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First recorded 1880, and originally mash letter, from mash, masher, likely from Romani masha ‎(a fascinator, an enticer), mashdva ‎(fascination, enticement), + note. See mash for details.

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mash note ‎(plural mash notes)

  1. A love letter
  2. gushing praise

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Often used in or of book reviews, for enthusiastic praise.

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