Definition of Squinching

1. Verb. (present participle of squinch) ¹

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Definition of Squinching

1. squinch [v] - See also: squinch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squinching

squilla
squillae
squillas
squillion
squillionaire
squillionaires
squillions
squillitic
squills
squinancy
squinancywort
squinantic
squinch
squinched
squinches
squinching (current term)
squinied
squinies
squink
squinks
squinnied
squinnier
squinnies
squinniest
squinny
squinnying
squinsies
squinsy
squint
squint-a-pipes

Literary usage of Squinching

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1. Burgess Unabridged: A New Dictionary of Words You Have Always Needed by Gelett Burgess (1914)
"You squinch the stock market for a rise or fall; but no matter how you squinch US Steel Common, there's always someone squinching it the other way. ..."

2. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine by Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress) (1913)
"He had the unusual accomplishment (try it and prove) of closing either eye without "squinching," and without any apparent effort, though sometimes in strong ..."

3. Maria Edgeworth by Helen Zimmern (1883)
"He pokes out his chin to keep his spectacles on, and yet looks over the top of his spectacles, squinching up his eyes, so that you cannot see your way into ..."

4. Maria Edgeworth by Helen Zimmern (1883)
"He- pokes out his chin to keep his spectacles on, and yet looks over the top of his spectacles, squinching np his eyes, so that yon. cannot see your way ..."

5. The Life and Letters of Maria Edgeworth by Maria Edgeworth (1894)
"He pokes out his chin to keep the spectacles on, and yet looks over the top of his spectacles, squinching ..."

6. Robert Browning: How to Know Him by William Lyon Phelps (1915)
"He had the unusual accomplishment (try it and prove) of closing either eye without "squinching," and without any apparent effort, though sometimes on the ..."

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