squoze vs squeezed :

squoze vs squeezed

squoze or squeezed

To squeeze is to grip or hold something tightly. We talk about squeezing the juice out of an orange or lemon, or squeezing a plastic tube of toothpaste.

Squeezed is the correct past tense and past participle form of the verb.

“Yesterday I squeezed a dozen oranges and got a pint of juice out of them.”

‘Squoze’ is an informal and non-standard version of ‘squeezed.’

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News & Articles

  • Citrus producers look to younger customers to grow markets
    Squeezed by tighter budgets, foreign competition and a peck of other problems, Florida’s citrus producers are looking for new ways to grow their markets.
    June 12, 2013 - Naples Daily News
  • At Merion Golf Club, on the noise patrol
    Squeezed into its suburban surroundings, Merion Golf Club has several unique quirks: a road closely bordering several holes, a busier road bisecting the course, and large stone houses within range of an errant 3-wood.
    June 12, 2013 - Philly.com
  • NBA FINALS: Spurs shut off Heat in Game 3
    LeBron James squeezed most of his scoring into a 90-second stretch of the third quarter, which basically sums up one of the worst offensive nights the Miami Heat have endured in the “Big Three” era of the last three years as the San Antonio Spurs took a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals.
    June 12, 2013 - The Patriot Ledger