squidge

squidge

(skwɪdʒ)
vb
informal to squash or squeeze (something soft) or (of something soft) to become squashed
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Sadie Coles HQ, meanwhile, presents Urs Fischer's spectacular plasticine version of Rodin's The Kiss, a work whose fidelity to the original will gradually diminish over the course of the fair through the various touches of visitors, who are allowed irreverently to squidge and poke the sculpture.
Judge Len Goodman didn't hold back his feelings about their longevity in the competition, telling them he felt they'd gone "a squidge too far.
I'm always sniffing around to see if there's something I can squidge in quickly.
The film opens with an ill-defined squidge of light -- the sort of "life, but not as we know it" thing the USS Enterprise used to encounter during its deep space meanderings.
You're suddenly in the blockade busting business and if you succeed in getting through you'll put a lot of noses out of joint and symbolically squidge the evil ambitions of racist-supremacists like Netanyahu, Barak, Lieberman and Peres.
Here, Blob returns to pursue the dastardly Comrade Black across 11 new environments, and the controls are tighter and more responsive than ever as you squidge your way around the superbly designed levels, which hop into side scrolling platformer modes at certain stages offering enjoyable old-school gaming with that unmistakable next-gen polish.
Squidge with your hands so that it all sticks together.
Why, Selena even had something on her computer, called Squidge or Squark or something like that, where you could carry on a conversation, live, with a person right on your .
Readers follow a group of friends: Becca, the girl who never thinks she is pretty, smart, or talented enough; Cat, who lost her mom and struggles with her new identity; Lia, rich and beautiful; Squidge, so named because he is always squinting his eyes to take video or photos; and Mac, the kind of boy every girl dreams of having as a boyfriend.
Not a jolly arrival, she did tell me that: no ho-ho-hoing down the chimney, but an oh-so-long struggle, me wanting to stay put and her body saying out you go - and me just a squidge of a thing used to being a big fish in a small pool, the whole womby world to myself, not knowing but that I was the word - the world made flesh.
Cat fell in love with the word and the squidge of paint.