The squashed looking nakedness of the fledgling birds. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Verb (used with object) : She squashed the flower under her heel. From Dictionary.com.
Verb (used without object) : Tomatoes squash easily. From Dictionary.com.
Noun : lemon squash. From Dictionary.com.
Soundtrack promo (mis-presented in a 16: 9 format that looks vertically "squashed". From Wordnik.com. [Home Theater Forum] Reference
I simply responded with the rankings which kind of squashed that whole argument. From Wordnik.com. [secondary brake] Reference
An 'squashed 'em flat -- an' picked them up -- an 'packed 'em in my trunk!. From Wordnik.com. [With the Colors Songs of the American Service] Reference
So Jessica, who is the genius who wrote "squashed" in the headline instead of. From Wordnik.com. [Missoula Independent] Reference
They have "squashed" the "rumor" that Sarah Palin lied about Trig being her child. From Wordnik.com. [BuzzFlash.net: published] Reference
Gods, and one of them, alas, was at the mercy of a mere boy whom he had detested and frequently "squashed" in the happy days of yore. From Wordnik.com. [Driftwood Spars The Stories of a Man, a Boy, a Woman, and Certain Other People Who Strangely Met Upon the Sea of Life] Reference
"squashed" by raising soft sounds and lowering loud sounds. From Wordnik.com. [All Updates @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com] Reference
"stick by the dems" just out of cowardice and a fear of being "squashed" is idiotic and childish. From Wordnik.com. [AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed] Reference
I do not have breasts yet and my tips are squashed pennies. From Wordnik.com. [Sisters At The Lake] Reference
The entire package was a squashed mess smelling of vinegar. From Wordnik.com. [The Biography of a Rabbit] Reference
And my voice, my identity was squashed somewhere inside that. From Wordnik.com. [A Solo Ray Davies Peers into 'Other People's Lives'] Reference
In a 1991 case called Grand Upright, that idea was squashed. 19. From Wordnik.com. [The Public Domain Enclosing the Commons of the Mind] Reference
Zhūis his nickname because of his squashed nose and piggy eyes. From Wordnik.com. [Birth of a Tiger] Reference
I thought shuah he was gwine t 'be squashed flatter'n a pancake. From Wordnik.com. [The Bobbsey Twins on a Houseboat] Reference
How can we ever be sure the truth is not being stretched or squashed?. From Wordnik.com. [Mail Call: A Global Health Crisis] Reference
I've squashed bibliography then you with my little tog ... scoundrel!. From Wordnik.com. [The Sea at Sea (or Why is There a Question Instead of Not a Question)] Reference
Picture the old xB being squashed under a giant foot, a la Monty Python. From Wordnik.com. [Just in: Scion xB] Reference
They view differences as exciting, not something to be feared or squashed. From Wordnik.com. [Douglas LaBier: The Elusive Soul Mate: From Fantasy to Reality] Reference
The woman my husband left me for has one arm and a piggish squashed-in nose. From Wordnik.com. [Proposal] Reference
Supposedly, the man who owned the house, the one who got squashed, was a logging man. From Wordnik.com. [Dump like no other.] Reference
Everything was now squashed into a sort of pack, and I approached the window on tip-toe. From Wordnik.com. ['Brother Bosch', an Airman's Escape from Germany] Reference
There was a row of four houses squashed between new developments of high rise apartments. From Wordnik.com. [The Museum] Reference
The Brits aren't being squashed, disgraced or smashed out of sight, but they are being beaten. From Wordnik.com. [Elliot Worsell: Wrestling with Demons in UFC] Reference
That means the legislative deadlock that has squashed Fox's reforms will continue indefinitely. From Wordnik.com. [Can He Do The Job?] Reference
In a slave society, any slave who openly rebels will find that he gets squashed pretty quickly. From Wordnik.com. [The Highest Treason] Reference
Auto-safety advocates fear the Smart would be squashed like a bug in an accident with a big SUV. From Wordnik.com. [Daimler Thinks Small] Reference
Equipment ricocheted off the walls of the fuselage and a loosened life raft nearly squashed McFadden. From Wordnik.com. [Into the Eye] Reference
Earlier this month, it squashed the harshest antitrust case it has faced yet by settling with the U.S. From Wordnik.com. [McAfee Intel Acquisition: Cyber Security Giant Purchased For $7.68 Billion In Cash] Reference
To the Communist Party, the group is a growing threat to China's social harmony, and so must be squashed. From Wordnik.com. [China's Growing Holy War] Reference
There's only so much they can show of my head being squashed because my head is not actually being squashed. From Wordnik.com. [He’s Still A Bit Crushed] Reference
POSCO isn't the only top-10 global steel producer whose plans to build a mega-plant in India are close to being squashed. From Wordnik.com. [India Expects Environmental OK for POSCO Plant Soon] Reference
Amid the industry's cautious optimism over the upswing is concern that the nascent recovery could be squashed by the U.S. From Wordnik.com. [Cash for clunkers could help appliance industry . . . but companies might have to wait to see benefits] Reference
So a lot was squashed down, and all of a sudden I had this freedom to write whatever I wanted, so of course this was going to come out. From Wordnik.com. [Alanis and Her Anger] Reference
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