Definition of Squits

1. Noun. (plurale tantum British colloquial) diarrhea ¹



2. Noun. (plural of squit) ¹

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Definition of Squits

1. squit [n] - See also: squit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squits

squishes
squishier
squishiest
squishily
squishiness
squishinesses
squishing
squishingly
squishy
squishyness
squit
squitch
squitches
squitee
squits
squitter
squittered
squittering
squitters
squiz
squizz
squizzed
squizzes
squizzing
squonk
squonks
squoosh
squooshed
squooshes

Literary usage of Squits

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1. Anecdotes of the English Language: Chiefly Regarding the Local Dialect of by Samuel Pegge, Francis Grose (1814)
"In Leicestershire a mason te a masoner. n Quits is as bad as squits. It is the language of schoolboys. The plural seems to be brought forward from the ..."

2. The Life and Death of Doctor Faustus: Made Into a Farce by Mountford, with by William Mountfort, Christopher Marlowe, K. Otto L. Francke (1886)
"... Devills run roaring over the stage with squits in their mouthes, while drummers make thunder in the ..."

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