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squash2 a gourdlike fruit that is borne on a vinelike plant and is eaten as a vegetable. [2 definitions]
squashy soft and easily crushed. [2 definitions]
squat to sit on one's heels, or to crouch low to the ground. [6 definitions]
squatter one that squats. [2 definitions]
squawk to give a harsh scream or squall. [5 definitions]
squeak a brief, high, shrill sound or cry, as of an unoiled wheel or a very small animal. [4 definitions]
squeak by to succeed by a very close margin or with great difficulty.
squeaker (informal) a close or narrow victory, as in an athletic contest. [2 definitions]
squeak through to succeed by a very close margin or with great difficulty.
squeaky tending to squeak; marked by squeaking sounds or tones.
squeal a fairly long, loud, shrill sound or cry. [4 definitions]
squeamish nauseated, or tending to be easily nauseated or disgusted; queasy. [3 definitions]
squeegee a T-shaped tool that has a rubber-edged blade on a handle and is used to sweep water or other liquid from or across a surface such as a window. [2 definitions]
squeeze to press firmly together; compress. [12 definitions]
squeeze play in baseball, a play in which a runner on third base starts for home plate when the pitcher releases the ball, and the batter tries to bunt. [2 definitions]
squelch to crush or squash, by or as if by stepping on. [7 definitions]
squib an utterance or brief piece of writing that is witty or sarcastic; lampoon. [4 definitions]
squid any of numerous marine animals that have an elongated body, a pair of fins, and ten long muscular tentacles surrounding the mouth, and that vary in size from four inches to sixty feet or more.
squiggle a short curvy or wiggly line or mark. [3 definitions]
squilgee a squeegee used on a ship.
squill the dried bulb of the sea onion, used as an expectorant and diuretic, or the plant itself.