from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- transitive verb To squash or squeeze.
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- verb informal
- verb informal To be squashed or squeezed; to
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
This was in Illinois, it was arctic cold most of the time, so I had to squoosh her into the little one person shower enclosure to shampoo her off.
He uses it to squoosh meat and fish when cooking it at high heat.
Nihilist: Yeah and maybe we stomp on it and squoosh it, Lebowski.
Also I don't use a bag - just dribbled the oil & balsalmic on and then squoosh it around with my hands.
That said, knowing how hard most good cheeses are to cut they're either hard or they squoosh, I can't imagine what a pain those big ol' stacks o' cheese were to cut under the pressure of 200 guests all ravening for a bit of fromage.
Every day I have a list of 20 things to do -- with only time to do 10 things -- and yet I seem to squoosh in 30 things.
My favourite it the Magpie- my friend made a film about them a couple of years ago and i'm in it saying 'they're like English parrots don't you think?' and then going on to show how I think they have really great bums that you just want to squoosh your face in.
You can take the pieces apart or squoosh them together.
Whisk well, then dump in the meat, bread crumbs and the roux and wash your hands so you can just get in there and squoosh stuff around.
He didn't notice that her expression, as she looked back at him, was the way you squint at a roach just before you squoosh it.