squishiness

squishiness

(ˈskwɪʃɪnɪs)
n
informal the quality or condition of being squishy
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Digital Literacies: Embracing the Squishiness of Digital Literacy.
The Tobin Outback Leather Chair helps to soften the vibe too, the squishiness of the cushions is tempered by the angularity of the arms and legs, so it fits well with the more geometric elements of the scheme.
The Tobin Outback leather chair helps to soften the vibe too; the squishiness of the cushions is tempered by the angularity of the arms and legs, so it fits well with the more geometric elements of the scheme.
Grinz Treat Ball: All the dogs liked the squishiness of this ball, but it had no durability whatsoever.
Not only does Small Pig like to roll in mud, but he really likes to sink deep, deep down in it and just enjoy nice squishiness.
Based on the squishiness of the giants in our solar system, the circularization phase is expected to occur over a relatively short period of hundreds of millions of years.
Indeed, the squishiness of class--the matrix of metrics that might measure it--is no doubt off-putting to many scholars, especially those oriented to the quantitative.
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I decided to use a brownie recipe for the base, as it has that lovely balance between squishiness and structure.
That is the right amount of squishiness the venison should have when it's medium-rare.
The work supports the hypothesis that cell squishiness indicates tumor potential.
The added squishiness in the moon's interior lets the icy crust deform.