- v. present participle of squish.
“It's a cheap and fairly simple process that consists of collecting the dung called "gobar" in Hindi, squishing it into patties, and leaving it to bake under the scorching Indian sun.”
“My brilliant I.A. came up with the idea of squishing paper around each kid's head and then wrapping masking tape around and around.”
“we've been talking about a not-so-distant future renovation, and the idea of squishing in even closer while it happens gives me a huge case of the heebies, but it would be worth it in the end to have an entryway/mudroom and a separate office/guestroom and a bit bigger kitchen.”
“One of the reasons this is shifting a little bit farther to the south, two areas of high pressure kind of squishing it down.”
“He was relieved quickly, however, and emerged triumphant, though blue and puckered, his wilderness of whiskers streaming like limber stalactites, his boots loosely "squishing," while oaths still poured from him in such profusion that Dextry whispered:”
“Unfortunately, TMPGEnc Plus doesn't offer the possibility to change the aspect ratio into 2.35: 1 by "squishing" the image.”
“From what I understand the mammogram machine does NOT have the best bedside manner and does a lot of "squishing" (more than a guy on prom night).”
“Amid my silent internal grumbling, a squishing noise sounded off to the left.”
“As the thing transformed, Hap could hear watery sounds from within, squishing and squelching.”
“They came up with a machine that combines two induction burners, a microwave and non-stick pads, which allow the bread to toast while the cheese melts — without squishing the sandwich as a panini press might do.”
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