smoosh

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smoosh

 (smo͝osh)
tr.v. smooshed, smoosh·ing, smoosh·es Informal
To squash or mash: "Some particularly unhappy homeowners have tried to scrape the ladybugs off their walls, or worse, smooshed them" (Sy Montgomery).

[Imitative.]

smoosh

(smuːʃ)
vb (intr)
to paint softly in order to give a light or soft finish
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Poppa tomato gets angry, goes over to the baby tomato, and smooshes him… and says, "Catch up.
When the artist (or at least her hands) shows up, she bends and stretches and smooshes and scratches the blobs into a gray wolf and a brown owl.
That was the first time Kelly had written music, and she smooshes her hands into her face when the topic comes up today.
Pete's got 10 years on me, so by the time I was really getting into art and making something other than just childish mushy smooshes he was already famous," says the dad-of-three, whose first proper sketch was of the view from the house where he and his sibling had grown up in Connecticut.
Diane enters the room, naked but for a black gauzy body stocking that smooshes her nipples.