Examples of squish in a Sentence
The cake accidentally got squished.
We squished together to make more room.
We managed to squish four people in the backseat of the car.
His wet shoes squished when he walked.
Recent Examples of squish from the Web
Conscious of the restaurant’s storage limitations, Peralta squishes bavette steaks into a seemingly too-small container — a clown car for proteins.
Virgin Active recently sold its less luxurious facilities in Britain to avoid being squished in the middle.
Dinner was reheated pizza, followed by everyone squishing on the couch for a bunch of Harry Potter weekend on ABC Family Channel.
There are people everywhere: leaning against the kitchen counter sipping wine and local IPAs, squished together on mismatched couches, and sitting cross-legged on the floor just feet away from the performing artist.
After taking and selecting a photo and wrangling addresses and squishing everything into a computer template, someone had to spend yet another evening of her life addressing labels and adding postage stamps.
Eyes are being squished out sockets, optical illusions are boggling my brain, and way too many insects and arachnids are involved — all of which are giving me nightmares.
Nothing like having your human lips being squished by two slabs of marble-like stone, right?
There are many sizes, shapes and varieties of these squishy toys that kids can hang on their backpacks, collect and well, squish.
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Origin and Etymology of squish
First Known Use: circa 1647See Words from the same year
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