Examples of squishy in a Sentence
The ground was wet and squishy.
those are awfully squishy estimates for the final cost of a new football stadium
Recent Examples of squishy from the Web
Diaper days: State Sen. Lauren Book, D-Plantation, is pushing a sales-tax exemption for diapers, a push that included a news conference yesterday in front of a massive, squishy wall of diapers.
These squishy subjects tend to be hard to grasp for spreadsheet-focused analysts, and the institute aims to show that companies that score high on these factors can beat the market.
Test Results: Maximum Cornering Capability View Photos Braking performance is toward the back of the pack tested here, and the Rogue Sport’s brake pedal has a squishy character as well.
Because the soft and squishy algae and bacteria does not easily fossilize, the researchers looked for their chemical fingerprints—a group of compounds common to algae, steranes, and compounds found in bacteria, hopanes.
In his opinion, Thomas recognizes this fact, calling out the per curiam majority for injecting squishy standards into an already complex case.
But check its web page on the subject and the numbers seem squishy, running from Apple store workers to suppliers who no doubt do business with other companies.
Shaffner is part of a CDC consortium trying to document RSV’s impact among the elderly; hospitalization and death data in this population now are out-of-date and squishy.
The jobs report is not a tally of actual employment gains but an estimate based on a survey that can be particularly squishy during extreme events, like storms.
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First Known Use of squishy
Synonymsflabby, mushy, pulpy, spongy, squashy, soft, squooshy
Antonymsfirm, hard, solid
Related Wordsdoughy, fleshy; droopy, flaccid, floppy, lank, limp, slack, yielding; bendable, compressible, crushable, elastic, flexible, kneadable, malleable, pliable, pliant, resilient, supple, willowy, workable; airy, light
Near Antonymsinelastic, inflexible, rigid, stiff, tense, unbending, unyielding; resistant, sound, strong, sturdy, tough; case-hardened, crush-proof, hardened, indurated, stiffened, tempered; compacted, compressed, condensed; adamantine, rock, rocklike; sturdy, substantial
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