squooshy


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squooshy

informal Soft and able to be squished or squeezed; squashy. I hate the way bread gets all squooshy when it gets wet. He gave me a big squooshy teddy bear for Valentine's Day.

squooshy

(ˈskʍʊʃi and ˈskʍuʃi)
mod. soft; squishy. I like to walk barefooted in squooshy mud.
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Rhythmic and silly, these verses beg to be memorized--"Do you really want a neighbor with teeth like a saber?" or "Bones are important, They do a big job, Without them you'd just be a big squooshy blob." The illustrations match the tone of the poems perfectly.
I poured some more rich brown juice into the jar and then upended the can to let the leaves fall out and out plunked this creature clothed in leaves so I couldn't tell what he was except his thick tail looked thicker than a rat's: mercy: I'd just had lunch; squooshy ice cream: I nearly unhad it: .