Pronounced \ˈsqüzd\

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 jeans"
Por War Bishop 02 de marzo de 2009
To sqeeze oneself with ambition through places/gaps evidently too small for you.
Mazz sqoozed herself half way through the gap in the fence.
Por Chloé Collins 02 de abril de 2004
Past tense of the word squeezed.
Last night, I squoozed some orange juice.
Por Sarah Hoov 08 de febrero de 2008

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