squoosh

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squoosh

 (skwo͝osh)
tr.v. squooshed, squoosh·ing, squoosh·es Informal
To squash or squeeze.

[Imitative.]

squoosh′y adj.
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squoosh

(skwʊʃ)
vb (tr)
to squash (something)
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Here are some rarer examples, all of which are acceptable in international Scrabble: SCHLUMPED, SCHMEARED, SCHMEERED, SCHNORRED, SCRAICHED, SCRAIGHED, SCRAUGHED, SCRITCHED, SCROOCHED, SCROWDGED, SQUINCHED, SQUOOSHED, THRUTCHED
One splendid scene, filmed to Bow Wow Wow pop, is a fast-paced pastiche of strawberry cake, white game pieces, bubbly champagne, yellow pumps, pink Converse sneakers (one of many surprise anachronisms), and a dog wearing a diamond necklace drinking bubbly, all ending with the proverbial cake squooshed in the queen's pretty mouth.
If the soft cushions around the muffs are hard, or "squooshed" flat, you are not getting nearly the protection they were designed for, Replace the seals or replace the muffs.
I mean, if you come from a place where you got space around you, don't pretend and act like you squooshed up.