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squishing

[′skwish·iŋ]
(computer science)
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At first they roll down a hill, away from Spiker and Sponge's home, squishing them on the way.
Before entering the tropical garden, visitors receive a cardboard field guide to help identify species as well as a warning: "Watch your feet; we don't want anyone squished," a museum guide advises with a chuckle, and everyone knows he's not talking about squishing humans.
At one point I started to worry that they'd morph into each other and just turn into a giant pair of boobs, wobbling through the city squishing cars and suffocating unsuspecting men.
Wet the ends and roll back 1/2 inch of cut material tightly, then steam with an iron without squishing.
After years of squishing everything into tiny clutches, big slouchy and practical totes are in
My pictures always came out kind of sloppy looking, and there would be splotches of Elmer's glue squishing out from between two sheets I tried to stick together--ugh