Function: noun, adj.,verb and transitive
verb (a quad threat word)
Etymology: alteration of obsolete English quease, from Middle English queysen, from Old English cwȳsan; akin to Icelandic kveisa stomach cramps
Date: circa 1601
A combination of past, present and future commonly (or uncommonly) used in liu of the word squeezed
1.To pressure or intimidate (someone) to comply with a demand, as to make an extortion payment
2.To obtain room for by pressure; cram:
3.to push (oneself or a thing) into a confined space
Example#1 "He felt all squoozed
after he got beat the fuck down"
Example#2: "Is it hot in here or are we just all sqoozed
the fuck up?"
Example#3: She squoozed
her books into the little ass briefcase.
Example#4: "Looks like that booty
is all squoozed
in them squeezy