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  • adv. In a squishy manner.


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  • The only challenge was using a wet-suit for the first time: aside from a cold trickle of water down my back, it was squishily warm.

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  • On the other hand, shoes left behind smell just like the person who had been in them, and they have the additional interest of carrying on their soles whatever you squishily stepped in outside.


  • And Ratatouille is perfectly enjoyable as a non-libertarian, non-liberal, squishily quasi-populist piece of Americana.

    Some Interpretations Are More Equal Than Others

  • When I don't go with offensively blunt, I tend to go perhaps squishily understated.

    John Kerry does a terrible job of representing Barack Obama on "Meet the Press."

  • And with good reason: the supporting statistics are squishily malleable at best.

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  • Her tail batted one particularly vile-looking zombie into the brick wall of the nearest building, and the zombie hit so hard and so squishily that it just stuck to the wall like a refrigerator magnet, arms and legs spread in a sprawl.

    Dead Beat

  • Chunks of tentacle flew out and landed squishily on the ground around him.

    Pet Peeve

  • The zombie lifted a partially fleshed hand and knocked a bit squishily on a wood door.

    Pet Peeve

  • CH4PTER SEVEN SHE WAS GULPrNG the last of her coffee when the van lumbered squishily up the road.


  • An architect also has to be almost Sherlock Holmes-like in his ability to infer from all kinds of subtle signals about what really matters, what's really important to the stakeholders, and how to balance all of these different things in a way that ends up focusing on an answer to this very squishily, ill-defined statement of the problem.

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