Definition of Squattle
1. to squat down [v SQUATTLED, SQUATTLING, SQUATTLES]
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Literary usage of Squattle
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1. A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert by J. B. Reid (1889)
"Logan. 6. Squatter'd [fluttered In water like a wild duck, &c.]. Awa ye squatter'd like a drake, . . Add. to the Deil. 8. squattle [to He squat, to sprawl]. ..."
2. The Poetry of Robert Burns by Robert Burns (1896)
"I. squattle, to squat, to settle: 'in some beggar's ... squattle,' i. 153. 5. Stacker, (1) to totter: 'th' expectant wee-things, toddlin, stacher through,' ..."
3. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1826)
"... Esquire, of squattle- sea-mere, if it like you," said the boy ; " and I have brought a token to Mistress Lee, which I am to give into her own hands, ..."
4. The Works of Robert Burns: With an Account of His Life, and a Criticism on by Robert Burns, James Currie (1835)
"Squad, a crew, a party. Squatter, to flutter in water, as a wild duck. squattle, to scrawl. Squeel, a scream, a screech ; to scream. Stacher, to stagger. ..."
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