But the man who was going to squash Playboy was bankrupt at our last meeting.
squash, potatoes, cabbages, root vegetables perfect for roasting…and apples, apples, apples.
Golf and rugby sevens will be included as Olympic events in 2016, and sports like karate and squash are trying to get in.
And with an abundance of the squash, coming up with new and interesting ways to prepare it can be a challenge.
Blanch squash for about one minute, drain and cool with cold water.
His little fingers were covered with squash, and mamma had to ring the bell for Margie to bring the sponge and wash them.
The "fiddler," still in his fur-lined coat, was twisting a squash hat in his hands.
Juan then picked off the squash enclosed in the jar, and went to the king.
I've got everything ready; they'll have to believe me and squash his sentence.
“Motion to squash denied,” said James severely, not being entirely at home in legal phraseology.
"to crush," 1560s, from Old French esquasser "to crush," from Vulgar Latin *exquassare, from Latin ex- "out" (see ex-) + quassare "to shatter" (see quash "to crush"). Related: Squashed; squashing. The racket game is first recorded by that name in 1886, originally it was the name of the soft rubber ball used in it.
"gourd fruit," 1640s, shortened borrowing from Narraganset (Algonquian) askutasquash, literally "the green things that may be eaten raw," from askut "green, raw" + asquash "eaten," in which the -ash is a plural affix (cf. succotash).