verb (used with object), squee·geed, squee·gee·ing.
Origin of squeegee
Examples from the Web for squeegee
So whenever it rained, we had to pull over every two miles and take a squeegee to it.Chris Colfer on ‘Struck by Lightning,’ Secret Boyfriends, and Girl Fans|Ramin Setoodeh|January 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Lay a piece of tissue-paper over the face of the print, and rub the squeegee over it lightly.
The projecting edges are folded over the boards and rubbed down with the squeegee.The Book-Hunter at Home|P. B. M. Allan
The rubber edge of the squeegee should be free from notches, often caused by contact with the sharp edges of glass plates.The Barnet Book of Photography|Various
If one has no squeegee, a smooth glass bottle answers well for small prints.
Lay a piece of tissue-paper over the face of the mount and roll the print smooth with a squeegee.
British Dictionary definitions for squeegee
less commonly squilgee
verb -gees, -geeing or -geed
Word Origin for squeegee
Word Origin and History for squeegee
"wooden scraping instrument with a rubber blade," 1844, a nautical word, perhaps from squeege "to press" (1782), an alteration of squeeze.