Definition of Squinnied

1. squinny [v] - See also: squinny



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squinnied

squillionaires
squillions
squillitic
squills
squinancy
squinancywort
squinantic
squinch
squinched
squinches
squinching
squinied
squinies
squink
squinks
squinnied (current term)
squinnier
squinnies
squinniest
squinny
squinnying
squinsies
squinsy
squint
squint-a-pipes
squint-eye
squint-eyed
squint hook
squint like a bag of nails
squinted

Literary usage of Squinnied

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1. Memoirs of a Midget by Walter De la Mare (1922)
"He squinnied a glinting, curious look at me, and as jauntily as self-consciousness permitted, took his departure. The door shut. His presence fainted out ..."

2. Memoirs of a Midget by Walter De la Mare (1922)
"He squinnied a glinting, curious look at me, and as jauntily as self-consciousness permitted, took his departure. The door shut. His presence fainted out ..."

3. When I was Your Age by Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards (1893)
"(" What's in a name?" A great deal, dear Juliet, I assure you.) Fichte had a sneezing sort of face, with the nose all " squinnied up," ..."

4. Memoirs of a Midget by Walter De la Mare (1922)
"She nodded her congratulations at me, and squinnied at the untasted bacon. "I am going for a breath of air, Mrs Petrie," came Mrs ..."

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