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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of squoosh.


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  • My favorite is the scene where Sosuke and Ponyo are getting into the (recently enlarged) toy boat to find mom, and, just in the corner of the frame, we see a little octopus, slowly squooshing its way into the house behind them.


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

    The Nervous Breakdown

  • The frogs around here have very pretty patterns on their skin, and, with a good camera, you can see that some of it remains, even after the squooshing.

    The Nervous Breakdown

  • And squooshing a real rosary into the frosting of a cake is just wrong.

    Well, the word "holy" DID come to mind...

  • It seems I always have a list of 20 things to do -- with only time to do 10 -- and somehow always wind up squooshing in doing 30.

    Karen Salmansohn: Stressing Out? Shut Up And Meditate!

  • Lettuce, tomato, mayo the usual suspects, and just for us, Jack cheese trying desperately to keep a gang of sauteed mushrooms from escaping onto the plate, guacamole squish squooshing out the sides, all together delicious.

    Burgers in the Bar - SF Saloon & Grille

  • The feathers were squirting around in the air; the gold sandals were squooshing on the street; her vest was sparkling, her pants were gleaming, and she had those two awful blotches of rouge on her cheeks.

    Buried Alive, The Biography of Janis Joplin

  • A light drizzle was falling, and Janis's gold sandals were squooshing noisily on the wet pavement.

    Buried Alive, The Biography of Janis Joplin

  • Kids are good for the squooshing (and can just tear the cores out with their hands) while you handle the knife work on the peaches.


  • I don't like his squishing on immigration and squooshing on the GZ Mosque.



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