squashy


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squash·y

 (skwŏsh′ē, skwô′shē)
adj. squash·i·er, squash·i·est
1. Easily squashed.
2. Overripe and soft; pulpy.
3. Boggy; marshy: squashy ground.

squash′i·ly adv.
squash′i·ness n.

squashy

(ˈskwɒʃɪ)
adj, squashier or squashiest
1. easily squashed; pulpy: a squashy peach.
2. soft and wet; marshy: squashy ground.
3. having a squashed appearance: a squashy face.
ˈsquashily adv
ˈsquashiness n

squash•y

(ˈskwɒʃ i, ˈskwɔ ʃi)

adj. squash•i•er, squash•i•est.
1. easily squashed; pulpy: squashy fruit.
2. soft and wet: squashy ground.
3. having a squashed appearance.
[1690–1700]
squash′i•ly, adv.
squash′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.squashy - like a pulp or overripe; not having stiffness
nonwoody - not woody; not consisting of or resembling wood
2.squashy - (of soil) soft and waterysquashy - (of soil) soft and watery; "the ground was boggy under foot"; "a marshy coastline"; "miry roads"; "wet mucky lowland"; "muddy barnyard"; "quaggy terrain"; "the sloughy edge of the pond"; "swampy bayous"
wet - covered or soaked with a liquid such as water; "a wet bathing suit"; "wet sidewalks"; "wet weather"
3.squashy - easily squashed; resembling a sponge in having soft porous texture and compressibility; "spongy bread"
soft - yielding readily to pressure or weight

squashy

adjective soft, yielding, mushy, spongy, pulpy, pappy deep, squashy sofas

squashy

adjective
Yielding easily to pressure or weight; not firm:
Translations
سَهْلٌ سَحْقُه أو هَرْسُه
měkký
blød
kásás
meyr, mjúkur
kolay ezilebilenpeltemsi

squashy

[ˈskwɒʃɪ] ADJ (squashier (compar) (squashiest (superl))) → blando y algo líquido, muelle y húmedo

squashy

[ˈskwɒʃi] adjmou(molle)

squashy

adj (+er)matschig; cushionweich

squashy

[ˈskwɒʃɪ] adj (fruit) → molle; (cushion) → morbido/a

squash

(skwoʃ) verb
1. to press, squeeze or crush. He tried to squash too many clothes into his case; The tomatoes got squashed (flat) at the bottom of the shopping-bag.
2. to defeat (a rebellion etc).
noun
1. a state of being squashed or crowded. There was a great squash in the doorway.
2. (a particular flavour of) a drink containing the juice of crushed fruit. Have some orange squash!
3. (also squash rackets) a type of game played in a walled court with rackets and a rubber ball.
4. a vegetable or plant of the gourd family.
ˈsquashy adjective
soft or easily squashed. The rain makes the fruit very squashy.
References in classic literature ?
I'm 'fraid they'd be kind of soft an' squashy under foot, anyhow, although they're so pretty to look at.
Them young gells are like the unripe grain; they'll make good meal by and by, but they're squashy as yet.
The grass began to get squashy, and Kala Nag's feet sucked and squelched as he put them down, and the night mist at the bottom of the valley chilled Little Toomai.
We stayed in one of the Courtyard Rooms in a country style, with tweed bed hangings and a couple of matching squashy armchairs.
So, if you're spoon-feeding your baby, give them a spoon of their own to hold and play with and dip in the bowl, let them put their fingers in the yoghurt, give them some soft cooked vegetables to hold and mush, or some nice squashy fruit pieces.
CUDDLEDRY CUDDLEDUCK Presented in a gift box, this natural rubber duck, right, contains no nasties, is soft and squashy for tiny hands to hold, and safe to play with in the bath, even for teething babies who want to chew on it.
It's nicely shaped to provide comfort for those sitting in it, but it does need some padding, so invest in some squashy cushions.
There's little point having a slimline model if, in reality, its high-end design will disappear under a pile of cushions, kids and pets, while deep, squashy high-backed sofas probably suit informal rural or period settings, rather than streamlined urban lofts.
A note found with Squashy poked fun at his weight, and was signed by "the body building bandits".
Diamond used to live at home, but with seven siblings it meant three in a bed, and, as she explains, "It used to be a bit squashy, so I moved out.
The opening of the novel has an amorphous, squashy quality: It races through the protagonist's childhood, university years, and acquisition of a governent job without much concrete detail.
Other members of the party are Squashy Grandma, her friend Chester, the chest hair who acts as her wig, and Perdita's mother, Coriander.