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- v. Present participle of squidge.
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The two basic actions of the game are called squidging (shooting a wink with a special oversized wink, or squidger) and squopping (covering a wink with another, thereby paralyzing it).
I am never squidging myself and those animals into that space again.
Today, they lack sharp resistance, squidging under heels as if they were sodden hummocks of moss.
They both used the palms of their hands to push their noses up, which they both called by the same made-up name, “squidging.”
We rule that anyone who's really that bothered about squidging up a carrot and putting it in a trifle – or whatever these books tell you to do – should probably find something better to do with their time, like sitting in a corner clawing at their face with their hands, for example.
Dere izn’t gonna b enny noze boinking, cheek pinching, or squidging mah cheeks, is dere?