squashable

squashable

(ˈskwɒʃəbəl)
adj
1. easily squashed; soft
2. easily subdued, disconcerted, or humiliated
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Bandai is first out of the blocks with its Smooshy Mushy range of squashable Pets and Besties - cute creatures with mini best friends to put on backpacks.
Wherever you are headed to, do not forget to pack a small, squashable day bag.
Gas is eminently squashable so needs a lot more work to achieve the same thing.
White females aged thirty to forty-five with small children in tow gravitated toward hamsters or other small, easily squashable, unexpectedly hazardous pets, while white females aged fifty-five to seventy with small grandsons in tow often left with a bloodthirsty reptile, unassuming in appearance, that would be returned, for a full refund, later the same afternoon.
And I don't wear one of those M&S squashable Panama hats beloved of the oldies in linen jackets, who dress ready to die in Venice when they're actually off on a package tour to the Canaries.
The card had a very tiny, red, squashable pom-pom on Rudolph's nose.
Developed with safety experts, Totseat is a washable, squashable travel highchair which adapts to fit any adult dining chair, anchoring the child (8-30 months) safely and easily.
Named Gift of the Year at The Giftware Association's awards ceremony, the washable squashable seat fits over adult chairs of all shapes and can securely hold a child aged from eight to 30 months.
TOTSEAT, the washable squashable fabric highchair, has launched a new colour design especially for autumn.
Nestle added Squashums--a unique strawberry-shaped squashable container that contains 60g of high fruit healthy yoghurt--to its popular Munch Bunch brand in July.