squished - drunk, intoxicated

Used more frequently in the late fifties,
early sixties.
He's so squished.

We went out and got squished last night
by Lyle D. Hettinger June 26, 2005
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When a jockey riding a horse in a horse race falls at a jump, or if the horse throws off the jockey mid-race.
I was at Cheltenham race course, and bet on Westward Fury as the odds were 6/1 - but he squished 4 jumps from the end.
by hgitntkmetkl March 21, 2018
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A squish is a platonic crush, one where you like someone and want to be close to them, but not in a romantic way.
by GeorgeWGeezil January 23, 2010
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When you fart and a little bit of runny poop comes out and it's squishy between your buttcheeks
Man hand me something to wipe my ass with i farted and now I got some squish squish.
by Raburmama January 26, 2017
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1. In the asexual community, the equivalent of a "crush", but explicitly lacking an interest in forming a romantic couple or having a sexual relationship with the person in question. It does not matter if they are "in a relationship", as long as you two can have a deep connection. A squish is an intense feeling of attraction, liking, appreciation, admiration for a person you urgently want to get to know better and become close with. It is different from "just wanting to be friends" in that there is an intensity about it and a disproportionate sense of elation when they like and appreciate you back.

2. Such a person can be referred to as your "squish".

3. It can be used as a verb, "to squish on someone".
A: So are you... dating right now?
B: No, I'm not looking.
A: (thinks: oh good, that means she will date me)
B: No I really want you to hear what I'm saying: I'm not looking to be in a relationship. But I have two squishes right now.
A: You what?
B: Squishes. They're people I just really love and want to be close to and intimate with - but not in a sexual way. I just feel very connected with them and attracted to them and I want to be important in their lives. But I don't want to be in a romantic relationship with them.
A: Huh? You're weird.
by A-Trix July 12, 2009
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A "crush" on someone that is not associated with a desire for a romantic or sexual relationship. The desire to get to know them and be important to them is purely platonic in nature.

Characterized by admiration, respect and affection for a person.

Usually involves feelings generally associated with having a crush on someone i.e. feeling happy when they talk to you, caring a lot about their opinion of you, looking forward to seeing them, thinking about them a lot, intense happiness when your feelings are reciprocated, etc.

Can either be used as a noun ("I've got a squish on them") or as a verb ("I'm totally squishing on them").
Girl 1: I can't get him out of my head! He's so nice, and smart, and I always feel so special around him!
Girl 2: You know he has a girlfriend, right?
Girl 1: It's not like that! I'm just squishing on him.
by seinakyou July 08, 2012
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