squash

Part of speech: noun

The fleshy edible fruit of a trailing plant; also, the palnt.

Part of speech: noun

A soft or mashed object.

Part of speech: noun

The sudden fall of a heavy, soft, or bursting body.

Part of speech: adjective

Squashy.

Share it on:

Usage examples "squash":

  1. " We make trade," agreed Mr. Esvido; and Miss Elizabeth, leaving the Bible, bore the big squash away. - "Out of the Triangle", Mary E. Bamford.
  2. The swollen budget struck the unyielding ground and burst like a squash. - "John March, Southerner", George W. Cable.
  3. " Where," said Mrs. Grumble, who stood beside him, holding the hoe, " are you going to plant squash?" - "Autumn", Robert Nathan.