squashed

[ skwosh, skwawsh ]SEE DEFINITION OF squashed
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It will be easier, however, when I know you have squashed all about Pam.

An' squashed 'em flat—an' picked them up—an' packed 'em in my trunk!

A few more inches to the left, and he would have fallen on and squashed it flat.

He was squashed back into his couch under four gees' acceleration.

I am not going to elbow myself about and be squashed flat for their pleasure.

He was in here a moment ago to ask if your nose was squashed.

As classes—you've stepped now and then on things that squirmed or squashed.

What did they have to say about that not-catassin you squashed?

They'll be squashed when you get 'em, but they'll smell still.

That brute of a fellow has been and squashed all the flowers!

WORD ORIGIN

"to crush," 1560s, from Old French esquasser "to crush," from Vulgar Latin *exquassare, from Latin ex- "out" (see ex-) + quassare "to shatter" (see quash "to crush"). Related: Squashed; squashing. The racket game is first recorded by that name in 1886, originally it was the name of the soft rubber ball used in it.

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