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  • adjective superlative form of squishy: most squishy.

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Examples

  • Normal brain cells are the "squishiest" among the cell types they have tested with the technique, Liu said.

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  • Normal brain cells are the "squishiest" among the cell types they have tested with the technique, Liu said.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • Normal brain cells are the "squishiest" among the cell types they have tested with the technique, Liu said.

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  • Normal brain cells are the "squishiest" among the cell types they have tested with the technique, Liu said.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • That last point I acknowledge is the squishiest of them, but it may have the most lasting effect, helping to shape the governmental structure that emerges post-revolution: "We are a mob inspired by the incredible leaders who have the megaphones" might tend toward differences in governance than "We are a connected, empowered network."

    David Weinberger: Malcolm Gladwell Proves Too Much

  • That last point I acknowledge is the squishiest of them, but it may have the most lasting effect, helping to shape the governmental structure that emerges post-revolution: "We are a mob inspired by the incredible leaders who have the megaphones" might tend toward differences in governance than "We are a connected, empowered network."

    David Weinberger: Malcolm Gladwell Proves Too Much

  • That last point I acknowledge is the squishiest of them, but it may have the most lasting effect, helping to shape the governmental structure that emerges post-revolution: "We are a mob inspired by the incredible leaders who have the megaphones" might tend toward differences in governance than "We are a connected, empowered network."

    David Weinberger: Malcolm Gladwell Proves Too Much

  • That last point I acknowledge is the squishiest of them, but it may have the most lasting effect, helping to shape the governmental structure that emerges post-revolution: "We are a mob inspired by the incredible leaders who have the megaphones" might tend toward differences in governance than "We are a connected, empowered network."

    David Weinberger: Malcolm Gladwell Proves Too Much

  • That last point I acknowledge is the squishiest of them, but it may have the most lasting effect, helping to shape the governmental structure that emerges post-revolution: "We are a mob inspired by the incredible leaders who have the megaphones" might tend toward differences in governance than "We are a connected, empowered network."

    David Weinberger: Malcolm Gladwell Proves Too Much

  • That last point I acknowledge is the squishiest of them, but it may have the most lasting effect, helping to shape the governmental structure that emerges post-revolution: "We are a mob inspired by the incredible leaders who have the megaphones" might tend toward differences in governance than "We are a connected, empowered network."

    David Weinberger: Malcolm Gladwell Proves Too Much

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