Definition of Squidding

1. squid [v] - See also: squid



Lexicographical Neighbors of Squidding

squibs
squick
squickage
squicked
squickier
squickiest
squickiness
squicking
squicks
squicky
squid
squid giant axon
squidded
squidder
squidders
squidding (current term)
squiddy
squidge
squidged
squidger
squidgers
squidges
squidgier
squidgiest
squidgily
squidginess
squidging
squidgy
squidlike
squids

Literary usage of Squidding

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

1. What I Have Seen While Fishing and how I Have Caught My Fish by Philip Geen (1905)
"... AND squidding. As we were saying good-bye and tendering our thanks to those who had helped to make our week at Burton Port a pleasant and successful one ..."

2. The Call of the Surf by Van Campen Heilner, Frank Stick (1920)
"They are captured with bottom bait, and on the surface; still fishing, and squidding. Early in the season the weakfish are found in small, scattered schools ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... of fishing for it is "squidding," or casting from a platform built out into the surf, with a rod and line armed with a spoon, or a bone-baited hook. ..."

4. American Food and Game Fishes: A Popular Account of All the Species Found in by David Starr Jordan, Barton Warren Evermann (1902)
"Thaddeus Norris describes the method of "squidding for bluefish," which he says is the usual way of taking this fish. The squid is generally a white bone ..."

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