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squelchy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsquelchysquelch‧y /ˈskweltʃi/ adjective British English  SOFTsquelchy mud or ground is soft and wet and makes a sucking noise when you walk on it
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squelchyIf you don't, be prepared for a black, squelchy, energy-sapping struggle, especially in wet conditions.Instead they form squelchy peat, which gradually builds up on the surface.
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