- v. present participle of squeegee.
“Essentially the appellants argued that 'squeegeeing', cleaning car windows on roadways in return for money, was an offence based on unconstitutional legislation.”
“This week, I took a break from my normal product testing to run a robot through the paces of washing, scrubbing and squeegeeing my tile and hardwood floors.”
“I have read thousands of books in my life and I have never laughed so hard, so often, and so deeply yes, that was the sound of my lungs squeegeeing.”
“The only towel I owned was bunched on the floor, so I resorted to squeegeeing the moisture from my skin, wringing my limbs, preparing for the chilly trek to my dresser.”
“While Roger filled up, his cell rang—I was squeegeeing the windshield, which had turned into a dead bug graveyard, and I could see it, lighting up and dancing around as it vibrated in the cup holder.”
“They were squeegeeing that fellow off windshields up and down the block.”
“Ground staff were squeegeeing the greens in between groups.”
“Erik -- I assume the squeegeeing is to make a smooth even surface and eliminate brushstrokes.”
“In silk screen, the image is created by squeegeeing gelatinous ink through a piece of silk stretched tautly across a frame onto whatever material is underneath.”
“Free money game: The brunt of Americans who have lots of money get it for free -- by investing it, say, or squeegeeing it out of the fingers of the not-so-well-off.”
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