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squush

or sqush

[skwuhsh, skwoo sh] /skwʌʃ, skwʊʃ/
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), noun
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  • And from over in the low ground came the "sqush" of the cows as they strode through the rank and sappy clover.

    The Jucklins Opie Read
  • Crash went the Peonytown Clarion, and 'sqush' went the juicy rhubarb, completely saturating Gregory's new garments.

  • Man, ef we wuz walkin' along tergedder, en she wuz ter slip an' fall she'd sqush de life outen me!

    The Sins of the Father Thomas Dixon

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