Definition of Squinter

1. Noun. A person with strabismus.

Exact synonyms: Squint-eye
Generic synonyms: Individual, Mortal, Person, Somebody, Someone, Soul
Derivative terms: Squint



Definition of Squinter

1. n. One who squints.

Definition of Squinter

1. Noun. One who squints. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Squinter

1. one that squints [n -S] - See also: squints

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squinter

squinnied
squinnier
squinnies
squinniest
squinny
squinnying
squinsies
squinsy
squint
squint-a-pipes
squint-eye
squint-eyed
squint hook
squint like a bag of nails
squinted
squinter (current term)
squinters
squintest
squintier
squintiest
squintifego
squinting
squinting eye
squintingly
squints
squinty
squiny
squinying
squinzey
squinzeys

Literary usage of Squinter

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1. The Speaker (1913)
"The squinter asked the drummer and the story-teller for their money, ... The drummer grinned back a bit sheepishly, till the squinter dropped his plundered ..."

2. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"Liken thou that, O Fer regain! " " Easy for me to name the like. He is Nar the squinter with the left eye, the swineherd of Bodb of the ..."

3. Russia by Alfred Rambaud, Edgar Saltus (1902)
"Vassili tried in vain to soften him by his tears. The squinter and ... and made prisoners the wife and mother of the Grand Prince, while the squinter and ..."

4. Russia by Alfred Rambaud, Edgar Saltus (1898)
"Vassili tried in vain to soften him by his tears. The squinter and ... prisoners the wife and mother of the Grand Prince, while the squinter and ..."

5. The History of Russia from the Earliest Times to 1877 by Alfred Rambaud, Graeme Mercer Adam (1904)
"Vassili tried in vain to soften him by his tears. The squinter and ... and made prisoners the wife and mother of the Grand Prince, while the squinter and ..."

6. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1815)
"... because that with time he. begins to regard the objects around simply as they exist, and no person, not even the squinter himself, thinks that he sees ..."

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