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squashed Sentence Examples

  • Long-buried rage was bubbling upward, along with the tiny instinct he'd squashed thousands of years ago.

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  • neaten up any untidy, squashed, or damaged lawn edges.

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  • It came wrapped in Parma ham having been squashed into a tight circle in a ring mold.

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  • monumental in size and rather squashed in a small square.

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  • If an ant is squashed clean the spot well as the corpse will release pheromones which will attract others.

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  • Dozens of squashed fire salamanders seen on road here - no live ones!

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  • They think their take on squashed together living in what is now technically a desert, is the cats ' whiskers.

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  • widescreen switching was not working at the time of capture, so Vanessa Mae looks a bit squashed!

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  • Dozens of squashed fire salamanders seen on road here - no live ones !

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  • They think their take on squashed together living in what is now technically a desert, is the cats ' whiskers.

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  • Widescreen switching was not working at the time of capture, so Vanessa Mae looks a bit squashed !

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  • Still, your bra shouldn't be uncomfortable or cut into you in any way - you should feel supported, not squashed.

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  • If the tick's head and body are squashed during the course of removal, the bacteria can be inadvertently rubbed into the tiny bite wound.

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  • When you mail packages to distant locations, ribbons and bows often are squashed.

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  • A poem or verse that is squashed into a small space can spoil the look of the card or be difficult to read.

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  • If Woodstock was the peak of the hippie movement, Altamont effectively squashed it just a few months later.

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  • No doubt that's what gives his face a flat, squashed look.

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  • Long-buried rage was bubbling upward, along with the tiny instinct he'd squashed thousands of years ago.

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  • A piano sound so elephantine it all but trampled over and squashed flat the entire ensemble, even when merely comping.

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  • scorpion fish were abundant but luckily the one I almost squashed didn't take offense.

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  • Scorpion fish were abundant but luckily the one I almost squashed didn't take offense.

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