Squish meaning

skwĭsh
To squeeze or crush together or into a flat mass; squash.
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To emit the gurgling or sucking sound of soft mud being walked on.
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A person regarded as weak and ineffective.
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To make a soft, splashing sound when walked on, squeezed, etc.
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To squeeze into a soft mass; squash.
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A squishing sound.
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The act of squashing; squash.
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The sound or action of something, especially something moist, being squeezed or crushed.
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To squeeze, compress, or crush (especially something moist).

The sandwich tasted fine, even though it got squished in his lunchbox.

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A squishing sound.
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(informal) An aromantic or platonic attraction.
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(politics, informal, derogatory) A political moderate (term used by conservative activists in the 1980s).
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Origin of squish

  • Probably alteration of squash
    From 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 Provençal esquichar (“to squeeze, squish"). See also squeeze.
    From Wiktionary