Definition of Squelchy

1. Adjective. that squelches, or makes a squelching sound ¹



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Definition of Squelchy

1. squashy [adj SQUELCHIER, SQUELCHIEST] - See also: squashy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squelchy

squegger
squeggers
squegging
squegs
squelch
squelch circuit
squelched
squelcher
squelchers
squelches
squelchier
squelchiest
squelchiness
squelching
squelchingly
squelchy (current term)
squeteague
squeteagues
squewiff
squib
squib kick
squib kicks
squibbed
squibber
squibbers
squibbing
squibs
squick
squickage
squicked

Literary usage of Squelchy

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1. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"... squelchy, clammy, sour, dabby; see MOIST, FOUL. Antonyms: see DRY. whence, adv. where, wherefrom (formai), ..."

2. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1883)
"... but in the days when the fens were really fens, squelchy and reedy, the way was along narrow causeways mostly built by the monks of old. ..."

3. Rupert Brooke: A Memoir by Edward Howard Marsh (1922)
"... and eat great squelchy tropical fruits, custard- apples, papaia, pomegranate, mango, guava and the rest. Urana. I have a million lovely and exciting ..."

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