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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of squeegee.


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  • Hicks wove anger into his comedy in such a way that as you were laughing, your "third eye" was being "squeegeed" as Hicks might have stated.

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  • With rain delaying the tournament, players warmed up as court attendants squeegeed water from the courts.

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  • Ohio Democrats squeegeed the egg off of their faces.


  • The shellac should be brushed on and squeegeed off with a piece of cardboard.

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  • After satisfying himself that the coffee was properly sweetened, he raked the last few morsels of his desert onto his fork, then squeegeed it clean between his lips. “I†™ m telling you Carmen, those upgrades to The Brain are phenomenal.

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  • He lifted his sweaty shirt and squeegeed sweat from his face.

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  • I recall, as the mayhem turned routine, interviewing a doctor in the Yarmouk Hospital emergency room while a janitor absent-mindedly squeegeed bloody water over our shoes in his rote effort at cleanliness.

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  • New Volkswagen Passats come standard with moisture-sensitive wipers that turn on by themselves when it rains -- or when you get squeegeed at an intersection.

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  • Basically, Airborne spikes your stomach with a megadose of Vitamin C and other healthy herbs, and it's designed to overload your system so the germs just squirt right out of you, leaving you with a squeegeed circulatory system.

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  • I pumped gas into two more cars, checked their oil, and squeegeed the crushed insects off their front and back windows.

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