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
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consortium trying to document RSV’s impact among the elderly; hospitalization and death data in this population now are out-of-date and squishy.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.
There are many sizes, shapes and varieties of these squishy toys that kids can hang on their backpacks, collect and well, squish.
The squishy part of me, the part that actually likes puppies and kids, wonders whether politicians should somehow be barred from messing with dividends on a whim or a sniff of red ink.
After all, who would not defend her family's honor, AKA bludgeoning Carl the Cowboy with the microphone sans the squishy foam part?
Pinpointing the inequality between rich and poor is notoriously difficult because the data is so squishy, and new research shows just how hard that job can be.
Nike, naturally, responded, releasing its own squishy foam soles, called the ZoomX, earlier this year.
Some spreads applied thin can boost flavor while creating a protective layer between crisp surface and squishy toppings.
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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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