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
Scrape them off and dump in a rain barrel or squish them between your fingers.
This will squish your arms down and hide your waist.
In the next video, Rihanna lightly squishes the pom-pom (probably to get the glitter loose) before dabbing it all over her shoulder and collarbone.
My most optimistic self imagines this game will turn out like PUBG, Minecraft, and Goat Simulator, all somehow squished together and dressed like a pirate.
Whereas the past century saw the construction of stately geometric towers, this new wave of architecture is curved, warped, and fractured, as if squished by invisible pressures beyond our control.
The Earth is like a slightly (ever so slightly) squished ball.
This year, the hats that the players put on when they are drafted were ruined by really lame team mottos, some close to a sentence long with the letters all squished together to fit.
But our patty was completely unseasoned, and the whole-wheat bun was squished to oblivion over a thick wedge of tasteless pink (albeit sustainably grown) tomato.
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SQUISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of squish for English Language Learners
: to press (something) into a flatter shape
: to move into a space that is tight or crowded
: to make the sound that is made when something very wet is pressed, stepped on, etc.
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