A device used for cleaning glass. It consists of a handle and a double sided blade mounted perpendicular to the handle. The blade has a soft foam on one side for applying soap and water, and a stiff rubber scraper on the other for removing excess water from the glass or windshield. Many cities have squeegee kids who make money by cleaning the windshields of cars whose drivers may or may not desire this service.

Squee"gee (?), n.

Same as Squilgee.


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Squee"gee, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Squeegeed (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Squeegeeing (?).]

To smooth, press, or treat with a squeegee; to squilgee.


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