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Origin of squab
Probably of Scandinavian origin Swedish dialectal squabbfat flesh
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Squab Sentence Examples
Trying to fit two child seats and one booster seat across the rear squab is impossible.
Some are designed to level out the angle of the seat squab (the part you sit on ).
I took the spare three seater squab in correct moquette to Block & Son in Woburn Sands so he can find a suitable match.
That night over a steaming plate of squab pie the farmer related what he had seen.
Some are designed to level out the angle of the seat squab (the part you sit on).