Noun(1) a crushing remark(2) an electric circuit that cuts off a receiver when the signal becomes weaker than the noise
Verb(1) suppress or crush completely(2) make a sucking sound(3) walk through mud or mire(4) to compress with violence, out of natural shape or condition
(1) First though a dip across today's valley, from the moor, down through birch, the squelch of boggy bits, a first crossing of Ladhill Beck and then up through bilberries and a rock field.(2) The monsoon freshness in the middle of summer, the squelch of rain on grass blades whispering, blue sky shimmering through the foliage, the autumn sun beating down on the grass, the cleansing cool breeze of an unspoilt forest.(3) property developers tried to squelch public protest(4) As I continued east at more than 600 knots, the ELT beacon became strong enough to break through the squelch setting of my radio.(5) She then proceeded to pluck Lucky from the puddle of mud (she made a loud squelch and left a perfect Kellogg's-like imprint) and carry her into the barn.(6) They'll have fun as they mould, poke, squelch , knead, model and make.(7) For a moment she's blindly confused as to who to hit, then she lashes out with the heel of her foot, and there's a sickening squelch from the NCB coal sack between them.(8) Oh, apart from the extra squelch factor that slugs seem to have - their innards seem to be almost luminous and spread a lot further than the average snail.(9) Receivers use squelch detect circuits to recognize this condition, or the absence of this condition.(10) City striker Colin Alcide and Brighton goalkeeper Mark Walton squelch to the rain-sodden turf at Bootham Crescent.(11) ├ö├ç├┐Central planning├ö├ç├û would squelch individual freedom and squander public resources, they claimed.(12) I felt a squelch of nerves before the read-through and wondered if everything I'd written was a bit rubbish but, as it turned out, it's not.(13) As I emerged from the forest, all I could hear in the stillness was the constant squelch of my tyres churning through mud and the lazy hum of a plane which I assumed had just set free from one of the gliders that fly off Sutton Bank.(14) To oppose them would limit or squelch the possibilities they represent.(15) A soft squelch from the other side of the tree caught his attention, he peered round.(16) When Anwar's supporters tried to stage a demonstration in Kuala Lumpur on April 15, the police picked up key leaders beforehand and flooded the capital with enough officers to successfully squelch the protest.
(1) squelch :: squelch
1. takedown ::
3. slop ::
4. crush ::
5. quell ::
Different Formssquelch, squelched, squelches, squelching, squelchy
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