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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of squish.
  • n. Plural form of squish.


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  • He sold and promoted conservativism to the "squishes"

    When you stand for nothing, you’ll fall for anything - Erick’s blog - RedState

  • The only changes I would make are to not sprinkle cheese on top since it creates a crust that is difficult to cut through since the soy milk makes the quiche so ultra fluffy that it kind of squishes down when you cut or I guess I could sharpen my knives, duh! and I may add a bit more texture by mixing in some steamed broccoli or something in the filling next time.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Minchew would keep the Senate where it is now, 24 Republicans and 16 Democrats with "squishes" holding a 16-8 majority in the GOP Caucus.

    Senate Leadership Shakeup?

  • A Staton victory would keep the Senate at 24 Republicans and 16 Democrats, but change the GOP Caucus to 15 "squishes" and 9 conservatives.

    Senate Leadership Shakeup?

  • A large Democratic minority combined with a large number of so-called Republican "squishes" align to thwart conservative GOP initiatives, while the "squishes" align with the conservatives to thwart Democratic initiatives.

    Senate Leadership Shakeup?

  • When not bashing the left, conservative commentators are attacking fellow conservatives and business types who are considered "squishes" on the issue.

    Bull Moose

  • Fortunately for taxpayers, unless some Republican "squishes" stupidly sign on to Sen. Bob


  • Nobody, but nobody, in the conservative movement is more preoccupied with driving RINOs and "squishes" out of the Republican Party like whipped curs than Red State proprietor Erick Erickson.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • They never saw Nixon as one of their own, and they hated Republican "squishes" like Nelson Rockefeller, who they saw as tax-and-spend liberals.

    Daily Kos

  • 1 A shaped charge 'squishes' and detonates when it hits, focusing the blast into a cone with a point that's like a plasma torch with a wallop behind it.

    Defense Industry Daily


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