Matt Bevin is a Louisville businessman and Tea Party favorite who sees the five-term senator as a patsy and a squish.
Any dish in my kitchen will benefit from a squish of lemon, lime, orange or grapefruit, and so I always have them on hand.
And if you're not on either, you're a squish—a Republican in Name Only, or RINO.
Those who do otherwise risk being called a “squish” and drummed out of the party.
Yet disagree with Mr. Cruz on his filibuster strategy, and you are a "squish."
But sounding reasonable runs the risk of getting you labeled a squish by the RINO hunters these days.
: It wasn't that I was becoming a ''squish'' (That's a Washington term for a softy) (1980s+)
(also squush [by 1846] or squoosh) To squeeze; compress: This universe he had built was a Guggenheim and a Toys-R-Us squished into one/ some mondobra engineering breakthrough, to squoosh your breasts together and push them up under your chin (1647+)