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Definition of squelch:

  1. To make a sound like that made by the feet of one walking in mud or slush; to make a kind of swashing sound; also, to move with such a sound.

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romance, jam, crunch, shut up, quell, break, put-down, chat up, click, force, cough, vanquish, spatter, pressure, takedown, buzz, grate, slush, shove, quiet, choke, mash, hug, repress, butterfly, slosh, assuage, squish, slap down, flirt, shell, contract, plash, stuff, blow, settle, coerce, win, quieten, proscribe, appease, spill, compress, bray, splash, ding, still, crush, censure, gag, demolish, swash, hush, wedge, muffle, coquette, bosom, restraint, compact, embrace, stay, comminute, bring something to an end/a close/a halt, blow out, hale, end, trounce, twitch, continue, wring, slake, stifle, sit on, subdue, coquet, strangle, call a halt (to something), beat out, twinge, squelcher, splosh, rack, conclude, squeeze, extinguish, sprinkle, crack, hold back, slosh around, burke, dally, constrict, round off, shush, oppress, snuff out, burble, philander, grind, mute, wind down, silence, press, beat, clamp down, throttle, slop, squelch circuit, pinch, squash, hold down, smother, tweet, babble, thrust, smash, extort, wind up, suppress, quench, swill, thwart, choke off, splatter, allay, dumb, break down, crack down, quash, gouge, discontinue, slush around, snuff.

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