squoosh

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squoosh

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

[Imitative.]

squoosh′y adj.

squoosh

(skwʊʃ)
vb (tr)
to squash (something)
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Verbalizing the idea that a wider container could hold more than a narrower one eluded the students until one of them suggested that the wider jar held more because "it is fatter, and so the water squooshes down more.
If she notices a hyena or other predator in the distance, she squooshes down flat on the nest and stretches her neck along the ground.