squoosh

verb
\ˈskwu̇sh, ˈskwüsh\
squooshed; squooshing; squooshes

Definition of squoosh 

: squash

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Want to know what a stunning defeat sounds like? Squishing and squooshing. Jacob Feldman, SI.com, "The Morning Huddle: There Goes Perfection," 8 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of squoosh

1942, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for squoosh

alteration of squash entry 1

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Dictionary Entries near squoosh

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squiz

squoosh

squooshy

squoze

squush

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