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squishy

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adjective \ˈskwi-shē\

Simple Definition of squishy

  • : soft and often wet

Full Definition of squishy

squish·i·ersquish·i·est

  1. 1 :  being soft, yielding, and usually damp

  2. 2 :  not firm, steady, or fixed :  soft: asa :  lenient 2b :  imprecise <squishy estimates>

squish·i·ness noun

Examples of squishy

  1. The ground was wet and squishy.

  2. <those are awfully squishy estimates for the final cost of a new football stadium>



Circa 1847

First Known Use of squishy

circa 1847

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