gouge, splosh, press, beat out, wring, coquette, pinch, help, extort, stuff, demolish, force, embrace, break down, suppress, hug, crunch, oppress, thrust, pressure, comminute, chat up, squash vine, dally, smash, butterfly, quash, romance, mush, bray, rack, trounce, bosom, extinguish, compress, constrict, coquet, quench, squish, quell, splash, jam, contract, slosh, squash rackets, squeeze, compact, philander, flirt, wedge, squash racquets, hale, squelch, twinge, shove, grind, tweet, continue, win, slop, beat, coerce, shell, twitch, vanquish, put down, choke off
pulp (part of speech: verb)
vegetable (part of speech: noun)
sweet potato, endive, Brussels sprouts, pumpkin, parsnip, peas, maize, cabbage, celery, turnip, okra, shallot, green beans, carrot, spinach, yam, cauliflower, vegetable, zucchini, rice, leek, radish, broccoli, tomato, chive, chard, cucumber, string beans, mushroom, beet, onion, romain, rutabaga, potato, pepper, lentils, Lima beans, lettuce, artichoke, eggplant, asparagus, collard greens, parsley, water cress, beans, corn
sport (part of speech: noun)
basketball, discus, curling, polo, bowling, badminton, handball, wrestling, pool, lacrosse, sharpshooting, volleyball, croquet, hockey, boxing, fencing, soccer, ping-pong, snooker, cricket, shot-put, archery, rugby, skating, table tennis, water polo, tennis, baseball, shinny, softball, football, golf
- This aged lady, who looked well- refined, was certainly mother of Hubbard Squash whom she resembled. - "Botchan (Master Darling)", Mr. Kin-nosuke Natsume, trans. by Yasotaro Morri.
- In the saloon the Indians naturally gathered to their own tables, but in fine weather they entered into the usual deck life of a liner, sat about in deck- chairs, made some show of reading, chiefly English light literature, made an attempt at the stereotyped deck games, played cards largely, and discovered that lemon- squash was a cooling drink, and those who could afford it went in for it often. - "India and the Indians", Edward F. Elwin.
- Their swords are streaming with blood, and their horses' hoofs squash out our poor fellow's bowels as they lie. - "The Dynasts An Epic-Drama Of The War With Napoleon, In Three Parts, Nineteen Acts, And One Hundred And Thirty Scenes", Thomas Hardy.