Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1813, from squeeze + -able.
a. Able to be squeezed.
adj. capable of being easily compressed [syn: compressible]
Usage examples of "squeezable".
She was wrapped in a white apron with a white cotton scarf around her head, looking as round and as squeezable as a roll of toilet paper.
Watching the subtle movements of her black-leather encased , perfectly squeezable little backside, he felt himself inclined to go along with her scheme, whatever it was.
Rachel arched an eyebrow at the squeezable bottle of chocolate syrup he retrieved and set on the blanket beside the strawberries.