from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person of low status.
- n. Nonsense; amusing stories.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as squeteague.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I wrote this long drawn out post and my word verification "squit" must not of taken.
Instead that little squit Osborne wets his shorts every time Brown or Balls or Mandelson hisses the words 'Cuts'.
Or, as used to be current around Wells and Fakenham, "Yoo dun arf tork a load of squit, bor."
Yesterday in this game I used the Wii controller and nunchuk to throw a cow, disco dance to Misirlou, fire plungers at rabbits, draw round food like a pencil, deliver a bomb and squit carrot juice in the diving masks of attacking rabbits.
I suggest that MP bloggers do the same to let Paul Dacre know that we need more of the same in the DM and less of the Oborne squit.
And what I've learned is not to trust that cowardly little squit, Mundungus.
I used the squit bottle on my dog when she was a pup and it worked.
Archives Hub Collections of the Month, February 2005: Cor, blust, squit!
There are many layers of complexity to this contest, which you wouldn't care a bip-squit about, so I shall spare you.
I'd like to further state that Commander's Palace is definitely worth the hullabaloo, as well as the rim-rams, the Chattahoochie Falls, and the squit-diddly-dorfenpeppers.
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