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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsquashysquash‧y /ˈskwɒʃi $ ˈskwɑːʃi, ˈskwɒːʃi/ adjective British English informal  SOFTsoft and easy to presssee thesaurus at soft
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squashyAdd to the cranberries and simmer for about 8 minutes until the pears are translucent but not too squashy.Juliet and David sat in squashy armchairs while Mrs Maybury fetched the tray of tea.What mechanism allows toadstools -- essentially very soft and squashy items -- to push through two inches of asphalt?Extra leg-room and squashy leather seats make it easier to get work done.Mrs Rundle also sent a squashy parcel addressed to all the three children.All I had left in the fridge was a lemon and a couple of squashy tomatoes.
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