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  • noun Plural form of squidge.


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  • He squidges the ball out to backward point, he's not really too sure where it went. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph Alan Tyers 2011

  • These found "canvases" are held together and framed by squidges of paint, paste, foam, yogurt, and toothpaste cut out from magazine photos of cosmetics and other consumables-a parable, perhaps, of the decorative overlaying and plastering seen in the "fancy" wallpaper and wooden laminates of cheap Japanese apartments that have been treated elsewhere by artists like 2010

  • I prefer a slightly lumpy texture that squidges in your mouth, and I always churn up yogurt to echo its curdled nature. news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph 2009

  • The street is Front, between Gayoso and Confederate Park to be exact, where everyone in the cotton business, from apprentice cotton classers (squidges) to merchants, used to ply their trade before computers and the Department of Agriculture's third-party classing system made the practices obsolete.

    Memphis Flyer 2008


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