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squeegee (n.)

"wooden scraping instrument with a rubber blade," 1844, a nautical word originally, perhaps from squeege "to press" (1782), an alteration of squeeze (v.). Later in photography, then window-washing.

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Definitions of squeegee from WordNet
1
squeegee (v.)
wipe with a squeegee;
squeegee the windows
2
squeegee (n.)
T-shaped cleaning implement with a rubber edge across the top; drawn across a surface to remove water (as in washing windows);
From wordnet.princeton.edu