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
Alabama congressman Mo Brooks is no one’s squish on immigration.
Then there's the fire danger of a bunch of lithium batteries squished together in the cargo hold.
The practice of squishing grapes to produce wine even survived Prohibition.
Many post marketing videos on Instagram, where they can be seen poking, swirling and squishing globs of it.
Burgers by their very nature should be picked up and squished and the juices come out.
But Moe's own lunch would be salami and baloney, grilled, on a kaiser roll, a little mustard, the whole thing squished like a panini.
But what really puts this burger over the edge is the serving of mac n’ cheese that is squished between all the condiments.
The planet and the disk that we had been told to expect were somehow squished together.
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Origin and Etymology of squish
First Known Use: circa 1647See Words from the same year
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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