Definition of Squibbed

1. Verb. (past of squib) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Squibbed

1. squib [v] - See also: squib

Lexicographical Neighbors of Squibbed

squelcher
squelchers
squelches
squelchier
squelchiest
squelchiness
squelching
squelchingly
squelchy
squeteague
squeteagues
squewiff
squib
squib kick
squib kicks
squibbed (current term)
squibber
squibbers
squibbing
squibs
squick
squickage
squicked
squickier
squickiest
squickiness
squicking
squicks
squicky
squid

Literary usage of Squibbed

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Works of Washington Irving by Washington Irving (1853)
"Colman squibbed tut of town. THE gay life depicted in the two last chapters, while it kept Goldsmith in a state of continual excitement. aggravated the ..."

2. Oliver Goldsmith: A Biography by Washington Irving, George Philip Krapp (1904)
"... "PIETY ON PATTENS"—FIRST PERFORMANCE OF THE COMEDY—AGITATION OF THE AUTHOR—SUCCESS—COL- MAN squibbed OUT OF TOWN. The gay life depicted in the two last ..."

3. Oliver Goldsmith: A Biography by Washington Irving (1870)
"Colman squibbed out of Town. ? HE gay life depicted in the two last chapters, while it kept Goldsmith in a state of continual excitement, aggravated the ..."

4. Works by Washington Irving (1897)
"... Performance of the Comedy—Agitation of the Author—Success —Colman squibbed out of Town. THE gay life depicted in the two last chapters, while it kept ..."

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