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  • v. Present participle of squeegee.


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  • Essentially the appellants argued that 'squeegeeing', cleaning car windows on roadways in return for money, was an offence based on unconstitutional legislation.

    The Court

  • 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.

    The Little Robot Made to Clean the Icky Spots

  • 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.

    Maria Rodale: Vitamin D in a Book: Bill Bryson's In a Sunburned Country

  • 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.

    Living Alone

  • 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.

    Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour

  • They were squeegeeing that fellow off windshields up and down the block.

    Tuesday, Jan. 19 – The Bleat.

  • Ground staff were squeegeeing the greens in between groups.


  • Erik -- I assume the squeegeeing is to make a smooth even surface and eliminate brushstrokes.

    Scumbling the Lights

  • 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.

    Back To The Future

  • 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.

    Monopolyland: the Fragile Virtual World of Big Business


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  • Whenever I hear this word I hear squeaking.

    February 3, 2007

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    February 3, 2007