Definition of Squeezable

1. Adjective. Capable of being easily compressed.

Exact synonyms: Compressible
Similar to: Soft
Derivative terms: Compress, Compressibility, Squeezability



Definition of Squeezable

1. Adjective. able to be squeezed ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Squeezable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squeezable

squeamishness
squeamishnesses
squeamous
squeasy
squee
squeed
squeegee
squeegeed
squeegeeing
squeegeelike
squeegees
squeeing
squees
squeezabilities
squeezability
squeezable (current term)
squeezableness
squeezably
squeeze
squeeze box
squeeze by
squeeze for
squeeze in
squeeze into
squeeze out
squeeze play
squeeze plays
squeeze up
squeezebox
squeezeboxes

Literary usage of Squeezable

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1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1904)
"For instance, two monads unite with a dyad because the dyad is squeezable to the extent of affording a sufficient hold to two bodies of the monad class. ..."

2. John Thadeus Delane, Editor of "The Times": His Life and Correspondence by Arthur Irwin Dasent (1908)
"On this Mr. Clay expressed his opinion that the Government would be found " squeezable," and were ready to take a £5 rating franchise in boroughs and . ..."

3. Fraser's Magazine (1880)
"He has shown himself squeezable, and a squeezable Irish Secretary will have a hard time of it at present. The problems opened up by Irish politics just now ..."

4. Edward Thring, Headmaster of Uppingham School: Life, Diary and Letters by George Robert Parkin (1898)
"People who are squeezable when they ought to be firm, will, I fear, be firm when they ought to be squeezable. That is the law of incompetency. ..."

5. Edward Thring, Headmaster of Uppingham School: Life, Diary and Letters by George Robert Parkin (1898)
"People who are squeezable when they ought to be firm, will, I fear, be firm when they ought to be squeezable. That is the law of incompetency. ..."

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