Definition of Squeegeed

1. Verb. (past of squeegee) ¹



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Definition of Squeegeed

1. squeegee [v] - See also: squeegee

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squeegeed

squealer
squealers
squealing
squealingly
squealling
squeals
squeamish
squeamishly
squeamishness
squeamishnesses
squeamous
squeasy
squee
squeed
squeegee
squeegeed (current term)
squeegeeing
squeegeelike
squeegees
squeeing
squees
squeezabilities
squeezability
squeezable
squeezableness
squeezably
squeeze
squeeze box
squeeze by
squeeze for

Literary usage of Squeegeed

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1. The American Amateur Photographer (1895)
"The paper is merely soaked five min- ntes in sensitizer (composed of water 100 oz., Bichromate of potash 3 oz.) withdrawn, squeegeed on a plate to expel ..."

2. The Construction of Roads and Pavements by Thomas Radford Agg (1916)
"one time; it is imperatively necessary not only that the batch be kept thoroughly mixed but it must be thoroughly squeegeed into the joints. ..."

3. The Construction of Roads and Pavements by Thomas Radford Agg (1916)
"one time; it is imperatively necessary not only that the batch be kept thoroughly mixed but it must be thoroughly squeegeed into the joints. ..."

4. Practical Color Photography by Edward John Wall (1922)
"Single transfer paper is soaked in water for half an hour, and the yellow print squeegeed thereon and dried. The blue and red prints are painted with a ..."

5. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1913)
"This paper is first soaked and then squeegeed on to each colored carbon print in the usual manner. For large prints, or prints with full details to the ..."

6. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1904)
"also placed in the mounting water ; it is then squeegeed into contact the same as when mounting a single transfer print, and developed as previously shown ..."

7. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1906)
"The next step was to try if it was practicable to develop a print after drying it in the squeegeed state. The print was soaked thoroughly in several changes ..."

8. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1915)
"SPOTS ON squeegeed PRINTS WHEN prints which have been squeegeed to glass or ferrotype (says Photography and Focus) have a number of little spots upon their ..."

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