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Squigglier

ˈskwɪɡ.əl.i

Meanings of Squigglier:

adjective

Consisting of a line or lines that curve and twist in a way that is not regular

Usage examples:

Squiggly lines, alfe menashe sits on the squiggly border between israel and the west bank.

Squiggliest

ˈskwɪɡ.əl.i

Meanings of Squiggliest:

adjective

Consisting of a line or lines that curve and twist in a way that is not regular

Usage examples:

Squiggly lines, alfe menashe sits on the squiggly border between israel and the west bank.

Squiggling

ˈskwɪɡ(ə)l

Meanings of Squiggling:

verb

Wriggle; squirm.

Usage examples:

A thin worm that squiggled in his palm
noun

A short line that curls and loops in an irregular way.

Usage examples:

Some prescriptions are a series of meaningless squiggles

Squiggly

ˈskwɪɡ.əl.i

Meanings of Squiggly:

adjective

Consisting of a line or lines that curve and twist in a way that is not regular

Usage examples:

Squiggly lines, alfe menashe sits on the squiggly border between israel and the west bank.

Squill

skwɪl

Meanings of Squill:

noun

A coastal mediterranean plant of the lily family, with broad leaves, white flowers, and a very large bulb.

Usage examples:

Large bulbs such as tulips and daffodils should be placed four to six inches apart while smaller bu…

Meanings of Squillionaire:

noun

Someone who has a lot of money

Squills

skwɪl

Meanings of Squills:

noun

A coastal mediterranean plant of the lily family, with broad leaves, white flowers, and a very large bulb.

Usage examples:

Large bulbs such as tulips and daffodils should be placed four to six inches apart while smaller bu…

Squinch

skwɪntʃ

Meanings of Squinch:

noun

A straight or arched structure across an interior angle of a square tower to carry a superstructure such as a dome.

Usage examples:

Bam provided a veritable encyclopaedia of such historic structural elements: varieties of sun-dried…
verb

Tense up the muscles of (one's eyes or face).

Usage examples:

Gina squinched her face up

Squinched

skwɪntʃ

Meanings of Squinched:

verb

Tense up the muscles of (one's eyes or face).

Usage examples:

Gina squinched her face up
noun

A straight or arched structure across an interior angle of a square tower to carry a superstructure such as a dome.

Usage examples:

Bam provided a veritable encyclopaedia of such historic structural elements: varieties of sun-dried…

Squinches

skwɪntʃ

Meanings of Squinches:

noun

A straight or arched structure across an interior angle of a square tower to carry a superstructure such as a dome.

Usage examples:

Bam provided a veritable encyclopaedia of such historic structural elements: varieties of sun-dried…
verb

Tense up the muscles of (one's eyes or face).

Usage examples:

Gina squinched her face up

Squinching

skwɪntʃ

Meanings of Squinching:

verb

Tense up the muscles of (one's eyes or face).

Usage examples:

Gina squinched her face up
noun

A straight or arched structure across an interior angle of a square tower to carry a superstructure such as a dome.

Usage examples:

Bam provided a veritable encyclopaedia of such historic structural elements: varieties of sun-dried…

Squinnied

ˈskwɪni

Meanings of Squinnied:

verb

Cry; weep.

Usage examples:

I'm getting a piercing later and i've just squinnied over a paper cut
noun

A person who moans or complains.

Usage examples:

I'm gonna stop being a such a squinny and start being more positive

Squinnies

ˈskwɪni

Meanings of Squinnies:

noun

A person who moans or complains.

Usage examples:

I'm gonna stop being a such a squinny and start being more positive
verb

Cry; weep.

Usage examples:

I'm getting a piercing later and i've just squinnied over a paper cut

Squinny

ˈskwɪni

Meanings of Squinny:

noun

A person who moans or complains.

Usage examples:

I'm gonna stop being a such a squinny and start being more positive
verb

Cry; weep.

Usage examples:

I'm getting a piercing later and i've just squinnied over a paper cut

Squinnying

ˈskwɪni

Meanings of Squinnying:

verb

Cry; weep.

Usage examples:

I'm getting a piercing later and i've just squinnied over a paper cut
noun

A person who moans or complains.

Usage examples:

I'm gonna stop being a such a squinny and start being more positive

Squint

skwɪnt

Meanings of Squint:

verb

Look at someone or something with one or both eyes partly closed in an attempt to see more clearly or as a reaction to strong light.

Usage examples:

The bright sun made them squint
noun

A permanent deviation in the direction of the gaze of one eye.

Usage examples:

I had a bad squint
adjective

Not straight or level.

Usage examples:

The squint bottom edge of the puzzle

Squinted

skwɪnt

Meanings of Squinted:

verb

Look at someone or something with one or both eyes partly closed in an attempt to see more clearly or as a reaction to strong light.

Usage examples:

The bright sun made them squint
noun

A permanent deviation in the direction of the gaze of one eye.

Usage examples:

I had a bad squint
adjective

Not straight or level.

Usage examples:

The squint bottom edge of the puzzle

Squinting

skwɪnt

Meanings of Squinting:

verb

Look at someone or something with one or both eyes partly closed in an attempt to see more clearly or as a reaction to strong light.

Usage examples:

The bright sun made them squint
noun

A permanent deviation in the direction of the gaze of one eye.

Usage examples:

I had a bad squint
adjective

Not straight or level.

Usage examples:

The squint bottom edge of the puzzle

Squints

skwɪnt

Meanings of Squints:

verb

Look at someone or something with one or both eyes partly closed in an attempt to see more clearly or as a reaction to strong light.

Usage examples:

The bright sun made them squint
noun

A permanent deviation in the direction of the gaze of one eye.

Usage examples:

I had a bad squint
adjective

Not straight or level.

Usage examples:

The squint bottom edge of the puzzle

Squire

skwʌɪə

Meanings of Squire:

noun

A man of high social standing who owns and lives on an estate in a rural area, especially the chief landowner in such an area.

Usage examples:

The squire of radbourne hall
verb

A subadult snapper fish ( chrysophrys auratus ).

Squirearch

ˈskwʌɪəˌrɑːk

Meanings of Squirearch:

noun

A member of the squirearchy.

Usage examples:

He appears as a ‘squirearch’, a man of standing in megara, but subject to criticism and hostility, …

Squirearchies

ˈskwʌɪəˌrɑːki

Meanings of Squirearchies:

noun

Landowners collectively, especially when considered as a class having political or social influence.

Usage examples:

Against this, disraeli wanted to make the tories into a ‘national party’, representing all classes …

Meanings of Squirearchy:

noun

Landowners collectively, especially when considered as a class having political or social influence.

Usage examples:

Against this, disraeli wanted to make the tories into a ‘national party’, representing all classes …

Squired

skwaɪər

Meanings of Squired:

verb

(of a man) accompany or escort (a woman).

Usage examples:

She was squired around rome by a reporter
noun

A man of high social standing who owns and lives on an estate in a rural area, especially the chief landowner in such an area.

Usage examples:

The squire of radbourne hall

Squireen

ˌskwʌɪəˈriːn

Meanings of Squireen:

noun

A minor landowner, especially one in ireland.

Usage examples:

In that era, heiresses were kidnapped and forced to marry landless ‘squireens’ who had no hope of g…

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