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- adj. able to be squeezed
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable or admitting of being squeezed; compressible.
- Figuratively, capable of being constrained or coerced: as, a squeezable government.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being easily compressed
It’s actually kinda of a reference to a movie called sci-fi movie called Space Truckers which stars Dennis Hopper and the food (at least the food the truckers eat) is like a paste in squeezable tubes.
In the U.S., a big maker of so-called squeezable fruit is Peter Rabbit Organics, a closely held British firm with products in more than 8,000 outlets, including 6,000 Starbucks Corp. coffee shops.
Then her eyes were really beautiful, and she had the trimmest, dearest little figure in the world; "squeezable" was the word Watts used to describe it, and most men thought the same.
We decided to include one "squeezable" product in the test, and this one acquitted itself fairly well.
Even more accessible is Sweet n' Fancy Yellow Mustard from Mustard Girl, a home-grown Wisconsin outfit that makes the well-rounded, squeezable mustard $3 for 12 ounces, mustardmuseum.com , which calls out for a warm pretzel.
This cozy pillow is made with the softest fleece and filled with the fluffiest polyester filling to make it perfectly squeezable yet firm.
If you, Mr. Ketchup Producer, switch from a recyclable glass bottle to a squeezable one made of multiple plastic resins bonded together that can never be separated for recycling, you need to figure out how to deal with that at the end of its life.
Milk squeezable yogurt jar of pickles, unsliced can of rotel
Drinkable jellies are usually nutritionally-balanced foods that come in a squeezable pack.
She looked thinner than usual—her squeezable, chubby cherub cheeks were more angular—and there was still sort of a sick pallor to her skin.