squiffy

adjective
squif·​fy | \ˈskwi-fē \
variants: or less commonly squiffed \ ˈskwift \

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First Known Use of squiffy

circa 1855, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for squiffy

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The first known use of squiffy was circa 1855

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