verb (used with object), squee·geed, squee·gee·ing.
Origin of squeegee
Examples from the Web for squeegee
Contemporary Examples of 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
January 11, 2013
Historical Examples of squeegee
Lift the print and lay it on the card-mount, and rub down with squeegee as directed.
Lay a piece of tissue-paper over the face of the print, and rub the squeegee over it lightly.
If one has no squeegee, a smooth glass bottle answers well for small prints.
At intervals it can be thoroughly washed with a hose, and all surplus water removed immediately with a squeegee.Industrial Cuba
Robert P. Porter
Lay a piece of tissue-paper over the face of the mount and roll the print smooth with a squeegee.
less commonly squilgee
verb -gees, -geeing or -geed
Word Origin for squeegee
"wooden scraping instrument with a rubber blade," 1844, a nautical word, perhaps from squeege "to press" (1782), an alteration of squeeze.