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Definition of squoze

squoze

  • humorous past tense of squeeze. Also squozen.
    The snake squoze the mouse to death.
    I'll have a glass of fresh squozen juice.

    Last edited on May 19 2011. Submitted by candi h. from Ashland, VA, USA on Jul 03 2002.

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