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Not only has the desire for smoking been effectually squelched_, but a perfect hatred of smoking has been developed on account of the offensiveness of the odor of tobacco.
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All possible leaders have been submerged, squelched, drowned out, in the past eight years.
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This one we made for, and as we squelched across the mud to it a couple of German star shells fizzed up into the air and illuminated the whole scene.
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So we sloshed along, scratching our legs with the brambles, and the water squelched in our boots, and Alice's blue muslin frock was torn all over in those crisscross tears which are considered so hard to darn.
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The coroner concluded with an air of triumph that quite squelched the district attorney.
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But Pa was not to be squelched.
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If an unruly member presumes to intervene with a lower bid, with the object of monopolizing the job out of turn, he is promptly squelched, and, though his bid may be allowed to stand, the man whose kopek we have drawn must do the work.
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These splayed and squelched alleys, with their fat and sinking sandbags, their props which rot like limbs, flow into wider pockets where activity prevails-battalion H.Q., or dressing-stations.
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He squelched like a _mussuck_, and the Troop-Sergeant-Major cocked his eye at me.
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People near him were trying to pull him down into his seat, but he would not be squelched, he went on shouting; and the audience in part fell silent out of curiosity.
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But she persevered obstinately, and as the muddy water squelched through her broken shoes and the wind seemed trying to drag her thin jacket from her, she talked to herself as she walked, though she did not speak aloud or even move her lips.
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Elizabeth had never been nudged before, and moved farther down the settle, after giving him a _look_. Little O'Grady, who never knew when he was squelched-he never, as a fact, had been squelched by anybody whomsoever-moved along after her.
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The unappreciated serenader appeared squelched by this threat, for complete silence followed.
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The double effect has been an increased output of munitions for the army and increased health for the soldier, and such scenes as one may witness in Piccadilly or other London streets at night have been effectively squelched by the strong Prussian hand, with benefit to all concerned.
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The grass began to get squashy, and Kala Nag's feet sucked and squelched as he put them down, and the night mist at the bottom of the valley chilled Little Toomai.
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Ambitious persons often slur this question; and get squelched to pieces, by bringing the Twelve Labors of Hercules on Unherculean backs!
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Examples of Squelched

Example #1
I am filled with wonder, for I expected a terrible fight with an appetite, strengthened by an indulgence of about thirty-five years, but the enemy has not shown his head.
Example #2
This further time has more fully developed the thoroughness of the case spoken of and the completeness of the victory over an evil habit.
Example #3
I wish the whole country had gone unanimously for Harding.
Example #4
Tell me where the opposition is to come from-who are to lead us? ...
Example #5
By their light I could see the whole position, but could only form an approximate idea of how our lines ran, as our parapets and trenches merged into the mud so effectively as to look like a vast, tangled, disorderly mass of sandbags, slime and shell holes.
Example #6
The trenches lay in a sort of echelon formation, the one on the extreme right being the most advanced.