(politics, informal, derogatory) A political moderate (term used by conservative activists in the 1980s).
Origin of squish
Probably alteration of squash
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Apparently an alteration of squash, influenced by obsolete squiss (“to squeeze"). Cognate with Scots squische, squies (“to crush, squeeze"). Compare also Old ProvenÃ§al esquichar (“to squeeze, squish"). See also squeeze.
Squish Sentence Examples
She felt something squish beneath her shoe and almost vomited.
Zip the bag shut and squish the eggs around to scramble them.
squish back into shape.
Clamp down on the micro link with the pliers to squish the feathers and the hair together.
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