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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of squidge.


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  • This is in In The Gloaming Theme, composed and arranged and squidged together by Raoul Brand.

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  • This is in In The Gloaming Theme, composed and arranged and squidged together by Raoul Brand.

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  • Mr. Bill was a cad, but he was for a Democrat a genuine moderate who squidged to the left when he had to do.

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  • Even when she squidged my sides and went "ooh you've got fat".


  • As soon as my partner had sunk his jaws into one of my mother's homecooked rissoles and was preoccupied with mopping the squidged gravy from the front of his tunic, I let out a curse and pretended Helena had forgotten to give me any fish-pickle to sauce up my cold sausage, so I would have to go and scrounge some.

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  • She blinked, squidged her eyes shut in an effort to concentrate on its position in the storeroom and he chuckled.

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  • Ramsay didn't think much of Lopez's creation so he awarded Holli the win - and squidged the sponge onto an unsuspecting Lopez's head.

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  • It stays stripey all the way down to the last bits, even when it's all been squidged around it maintains its virgated properties!

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  • sort of like a splort but squidged instead of exploded?

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  • Like having the axes” of the 3D co-ordinate system of red, yellow and blue knocked out of whack, sitting at 45º angles rather than 90º angles, so that the various zones people generally discriminate within that space and label nominally with words like “jade” and “mint” are all squidged-in or overlapping.

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