verb (used with object), squee·geed, squee·gee·ing.
Origin of squeegee
Examples from the Web for squeegeed
Historical Examples of squeegeed
One asked me what I meant by coming aft all salt, like a head sea, making the deck wet after he'd squeegeed it down.Martin Hyde, The Duke's Messenger
Aristo prints can be mounted direct from the ferrotype plate or the ground-glass to which they have been squeegeed to dry.
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.