Definitions

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  • adj. showing signs of restlessness resulting from feelings of discomfort or distress.

Etymologies

squirm +‎ -ish (Wiktionary)

Examples

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  • Heard as a mispronounciation of skirmish. Possible definitions:

    1) A minor battle fought between small gangs of worms.
    2) Relating to or feeling/exhibiting signs of humiliation or embarrassment. As in “A squirmish feeling washed over James the moment the reporter asked him about the incriminating video from the hidden cameras.�?

    September 30, 2009