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Meanings of Spy-out:

noun

A person employed by a country or organization to secretly gather and report information about another country or organization

Usage examples:

He kept on their trail until he spied firelight from a camp nestled in the rocks., bazoft confessed…

Spyglass

ˈspaɪ.ɡlɑːs

Meanings of Spyglass:

noun

A small telescope.

Usage examples:

Muttering under his breath, the soldier extended the spyglass, increasing the magnification of the …

Meanings of Spyglasses:

noun

A small telescope.

Usage examples:

Muttering under his breath, the soldier extended the spyglass, increasing the magnification of the …

Meanings of Spyhole:

noun

A peephole, especially one in a door for observing callers before opening.

Usage examples:

Ms lomax looked through a spyhole in her front door and, seeing the figure in halloween costume, de…

Spying

spaɪ

Meanings of Spying:

verb

Work for a government or other organization by secretly obtaining information about enemies or competitors.

Usage examples:

He agreed to spy for the west

Meanings of Sq:

abbreviation

Square.

Usage examples:

51,100 sq. km

Squab

skwɒb

Meanings of Squab:

noun

A young unfledged pigeon.

Usage examples:

Young squabs stretched their legs and body and flapped their wings vigorously.
adjective

(of a person) short and fat.

Usage examples:

A squab, square-featured personage

Meanings of Squabble:

noun

A noisy quarrel about something trivial.

Usage examples:

Family squabbles
verb

Quarrel noisily over a trivial matter.

Usage examples:

The boys were squabbling over a ball

Squabbled

ˈskwɒb.əl

Meanings of Squabbled:

verb

Quarrel noisily over a trivial matter.

Usage examples:

The boys were squabbling over a ball
noun

A noisy quarrel about something trivial.

Usage examples:

Family squabbles

Squabbles

ˈskwɒb.əl

Meanings of Squabbles:

noun

A noisy quarrel about something trivial.

Usage examples:

Family squabbles
verb

Quarrel noisily over a trivial matter.

Usage examples:

The boys were squabbling over a ball

Squabbling

ˈskwɒb.əl

Meanings of Squabbling:

verb

Quarrel noisily over a trivial matter.

Usage examples:

The boys were squabbling over a ball
noun

A noisy quarrel about something trivial.

Usage examples:

Family squabbles

Meanings of Squabs:

noun

A young unfledged pigeon.

Usage examples:

Young squabs stretched their legs and body and flapped their wings vigorously.
adjective

(of a person) short and fat.

Usage examples:

A squab, square-featured personage

Meanings of Squad:

noun

A small group of people having a particular task.

Usage examples:

An assassination squad

Squaddie

ˈskwɒd.i

Meanings of Squaddie:

noun

A soldier of low rank

Squaddy

ˈskwɒdi

Meanings of Squaddy:

noun

A private soldier.

Usage examples:

Military skills are a vital part of being a mercenary, but the successful mercenary needs other ski…

Squadron

ˈskwɒdrən

Meanings of Squadron:

noun

An operational unit in an air force consisting of two or more flights of aircraft and the personnel required to fly them.

Usage examples:

Indeed, the polish airmen who managed to reach the uk formed a fully-fledged polish air force with …

Meanings of Squadrons:

noun

An operational unit in an air force consisting of two or more flights of aircraft and the personnel required to fly them.

Usage examples:

Indeed, the polish airmen who managed to reach the uk formed a fully-fledged polish air force with …

Squads

skwɒd

Meanings of Squads:

noun

A small group of people having a particular task.

Usage examples:

An assassination squad

Squalene

ˈskweɪ.liːn

Meanings of Squalene:

noun

An oily liquid hydrocarbon which occurs in shark liver oil and human sebum, and is a metabolic precursor of sterols.

Usage examples:

Sebum is produced in the sebaceous glands and consists of glycerides, wax esters, squalene, and cho…

Squalid

ˈskwɒl.ɪd

Meanings of Squalid:

adjective

(of a place) extremely dirty and unpleasant, especially as a result of poverty or neglect.

Usage examples:

The squalid, overcrowded prison

Squall

skwɔːl

Meanings of Squall:

noun

A sudden violent gust of wind or localized storm, especially one bringing rain, snow, or sleet.

Usage examples:

Low clouds and squalls of driving rain
verb

(of a baby or small child) cry noisily and continuously.

Usage examples:

Sarah was squalling in her crib

Squalled

skwɔːl

Meanings of Squalled:

verb

(of a baby or small child) cry noisily and continuously.

Usage examples:

Sarah was squalling in her crib
noun

A sudden violent gust of wind or localized storm, especially one bringing rain, snow, or sleet.

Usage examples:

Low clouds and squalls of driving rain

Squallier

ˈskwɔːli

Meanings of Squallier:

adjective

(of weather) characterized by squalls.

Usage examples:

Squally showers

Meanings of Squalliest:

adjective

(of weather) characterized by squalls.

Usage examples:

Squally showers

Squalling

skwɔːl

Meanings of Squalling:

verb

(of a baby or small child) cry noisily and continuously.

Usage examples:

Sarah was squalling in her crib
noun

A sudden violent gust of wind or localized storm, especially one bringing rain, snow, or sleet.

Usage examples:

Low clouds and squalls of driving rain

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