Lexicographical Neighbors of Squirrely
Literary usage of Squirrely
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Seraphim Trilogy Book One; What the Herald Angel Sang by Teralee E. M. Bird (2004)
"No offense, but I'm going squirrely around here. ... "Though I don't think 'squirrely' was a word, back then. ..."
2. Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway by Ed Readicker-Henderson (2006)
"It makes for a squirrely animal, and that's why you'll just about never see wolf hybrids pulling as sled dogs; physically, they'd be perfect, ..."
3. The Works of Nicholas Machiavel by Niccolò Machiavelli, Frederick (1762)
"... of the Golden Lion, and the Squirrely under the command of Giovenco della Stufa and Giovanni Cambi, made their appearance ; and they did not ..."
4. 50 Years of Army Computing, from ENIAC to MSRC: A Record of a Symposium and by Thomas J. Bergin, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, US Army Ordnance Center and School (2000)
"It may have been "squirrely," but people like Harold Breaux and Mike Muuss kept us all honest and kept it operating. I think we were among the first to make ..."
5. Stubby Jenksby Donald J. Howard by Donald J. Howard (1921)
"The gang—I mean the band—is composed of Captain Jenks, Lieutenant Red O'Brien, and Lem, Piggy, Elmer, Squirrely, Harvey and Skinney, sailors before the mast ..."