Etymology
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squish (v.)

1640s, probably a variant of squash (v.), perhaps by influence of obsolete squiss "to squeeze or crush" (1550s). Related: Squished; squishing.

updated on November 28, 2012

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Definitions of squish from WordNet
1
squish (v.)
walk through mud or mire;
Synonyms: squelch / splash / splosh / slosh / slop
squish (v.)
put (a liquid) into a container or another place by means of a squirting action;
2
squish (n.)
the noise of soft mud being walked on;
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