squishy

[skwish-ee]
adjective, squishier, squishiest.
1.
soft and wet: The ground was squishy from the rain.
2.
softly gurgling or splashing: The sponge made a squishy sound when it was squeezed.
3.
emotional or sentimental.

Origin:
1840–50; squish + -y1

squishiness, noun
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squishy (ˈskwɪʃɪ)
 
adj , -ier, -iest
soft and yielding to the touch

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Example sentences
Now, the fact that the college is a philanthropy doesn't mean that we're all
  soft and squishy and have no expectations of you.
They should be a little soft, but not too squishy in the center.
Your brain is soft and squishy, so it's good that your skull helps protect your
  brain.
What's more, these stony eyes likely have unique advantages over the squishy
  eyeballs of other animals.
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