squidge

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squidge (third-person singular simple present squidges, present participle squidging, simple past and past participle squidged)

  1. To squash, most often between one's fingers.
  2. (tiddlywinks) To fire a wink with a squidger.
    • 1991, Gyles Brandreth, The Book of Solo Games, ISBN 0517059495, page 63:
      The object of the game is to be the first player to squidge all one's winks into the cup.

Noun[edit]

squidge (plural squidges)

  1. A tight space; squeeze.
    If we go into the elevator too, it'll be a bit of a squidge.

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