Definitions

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  • adverb In a squelching manner.

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Examples

  • 'It must be worth it or we would not be here,' said Losenwoldt squelchingly, which I at least interpreted as ignorance of the profit and loss figures of the business.

    Smokescreen

  • Billy Louise squelchingly, and Ward's self-assurance was not great enough to lift him over the barrier of that rebuff.

    The Ranch at the Wolverine

  • "Well, if that's what ails you, I'll see it doesn't happen again," retorted Billy Louise squelchingly, and Ward's self-assurance was not great enough to lift him over the barrier of that rebuff.

    The Ranch at the Wolverine

  • This is when one appendage - the arm, the head, the face, a portion of the torso - delicately, moistly, squelchingly sliiiiiiiiiiddes away from the rest of The Mark.

    Pajiba

  • "It must be worth it or we would not be here, 'said Losenwoldt squelchingly, which I at least interpreted as ignorance of the profit and loss figures of the business.

    Smokescreen

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