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1squinny

verb squin·ny \ˈskwi-nē\
squin·niedsquin·ny·ing

Definition of SQUINNY

:  squint

Origin of SQUINNY

probably from obsolete English squin asquint, from Middle English skuin
First Known Use: 1605

2squinny

noun

Definition of SQUINNY

:  squint
squinny adjective

First Known Use of SQUINNY

circa 1881

Rhymes with SQUINNY

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