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squinny

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verb squin·ny \ˈskwi-nē\

Definition of squinny

squin·niedsquin·ny·ing

  1. :  squint



Origin of squinny

probably from obsolete English squin asquint, from Middle English skuin


First Known Use: 1605


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squinny

noun squin·ny

Definition of squinny

  1. :  squint

squinny adjective


Circa 1881

First Known Use of squinny

circa 1881


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