Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of squoosh.

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Examples

  • About a million other kids were squooshed in around him, including Carmin from geometry.

    Bleeding Violet

  • About a million other kids were squooshed in around him, including Carmin from geometry.

    Bleeding Violet

  • So the squooshed toads apparently lose their poison in the squooshing, huh?

    The Nervous Breakdown

  • Instead, this was a celebrity-sight-seeing event for fashion journalists and professional paparazzi, all of us squooshed behind silver bars alongside the non-red carpet, tiptoeing on pieces of paper that bore our publication name.

    Karin Badt: The Other Side of Cannes

  • I'd say it was the size of a pecan and at least a tablespoon of goop squooshed out.

    Wash Hands Often.

  • We have an amazing number of rehearsal hours logged and planned for only ten minutes of theater, and I have to admit the rest of my life is getting a bit squooshed as a result.

    Chard Stems, Acting, and Birds

  • We have an amazing number of rehearsal hours logged and planned for only ten minutes of theater, and I have to admit the rest of my life is getting a bit squooshed as a result.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Although the seating is a bit squooshed, the interior is warm and welcoming, and the walls are covered with prints and articles related to the Basque region just like at Le Pamphlet.

    L'ami Jean

  • Although the seating is a bit squooshed, the interior is warm and welcoming, and the walls are covered with prints and articles related to the Basque region just like at Le Pamphlet.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • And then, even better, there were the oilies, that were puffy and had iridescent blue and green oil inside that swirled when you squooshed them?

    Archive 2005-05-01

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