verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of squish
Examples from the Web for squish
Matt Bevin is a Louisville businessman and Tea Party favorite who sees the five-term senator as a patsy and a squish.
Yet disagree with Mr. Cruz on his filibuster strategy, and you are a "squish."
Those who do otherwise risk being called a “squish” and drummed out of the party.More Sarah Palin Than Ronald Reagan: CPAC’s Paranoid Style|John Avlon|March 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But sounding reasonable runs the risk of getting you labeled a squish by the RINO hunters these days.Newt Gingrich: From GOP Intellectual to Pandering Hyper-Partisan|John Avlon|March 4, 2011|DAILY BEAST
And if you're not on either, you're a squish—a Republican in Name Only, or RINO.
You step out so gaily on the glittering grass, and then squish!The Grey Wig: Stories and Novelettes|Israel Zangwill
Squish, squash echoed the milk in the great cylinder, but never arose the sound they waited for.Tess of the d'Urbervilles|Thomas Hardy
British Dictionary definitions for squish
Word Origin for squish
Word Origin and History for squish
1640s, probably a variant of squash (v.), perhaps by influence of obsolete squiss "to squeeze or crush" (1550s). Related: Squished; squishing.