squidgy

squidgy

(ˈskwɪdʒɪ)
adj, squidgier or squidgiest
soft, moist, and squashy
[of imitative origin]
Translations

squidgy

[ˈskwɪdʒɪ] ADJ (Brit) → blanducho
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In 1989, we learned that Princess Diana's lover James Gilbeym (above right) called her Squidgy.
Include the rind as it is just as yummy as the squidgy bit.
This brownie recipe will produce deliciously gooey, squidgy treats that are perfect for sharing with friends with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream.
My squidgy squares were delicious even If they didn't look it.
Turn a hard–wearing leather sofa into a cosy zone with the simple addition of soft, squidgy cushions in attention–grabbing patterns and colours.
TURN a hard-wearing leather sofa into a cozy zone with the simple addition of soft, squidgy cushions in attention-grabbing patterns and colours.
TRAVEL pillows may look all snuggly and comfy, but the reality is you're more likely to get a crick in the neck than a wink of sleep with one of those horrid squidgy sausages wedged round your neck.
Flake the fish and add to the mash with chopped parsley - the kids will like getting their hands squidgy with this.
When the headmaster, in an inexplicable act of kindness, banned those rubbers - which were the size and weight of a house brick - and replaced them with a soft, squidgy type, Mr Bailey wasn't having it.
The "boobs" on the cases are padded out from under the case with mounds of squidgy silicone and the adverts claim that that they provide "overwhelming presence" and "real texture".
Burton groundstaff had to use a squidgy machine - on loan from Derbyshire Cricket Club - to remove the surface water.
They should be crispy on the outside and very squidgy in the middle.