- n. Alternative form of squizz.
“We had our hot assistant take a squiz at what you wrote, *”
“Nice to have a squiz at your site and your thoughts.”
“My advice would be to hunt it down in a bookstore and take a squiz through it.”
“But fancy letting all those people have a good squiz at your cellulite - eww.”
“In all the recipes I have had a squiz at, there is no marked ratio of flour to butter that distinguishes them, both can call on rising agents, nuts, and fruit.”
“Unless keenly interested in what you and Ross have to say, I fear that most visitors will have a squiz, find a complex interlayering of argument, rebuttal etc and leave.”
“However, Good on her to finally get out of the house, learn Engligh and get a job! squiz, how is the woman a "burden on the state" when she's educated herself, is employed and pays taxes?”
“Ingmar Bergman lived on Fårö and is now buried in this graveyard, so we got to have a squiz at his grave.”
“Squiz's Supported Open Source Content Management System, MySource Matrix, is used by many leading organisations including EMAP, the University of Oxford and the Electoral Commission.www. squiz.co.uk”
“In courts fans were called subjects and were always loyal and adoring till they copped a squiz of a guillotine.”
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Bona fide words that appear misspelled or made-up. See also “Correctly-spelled words that look like misspellings of other words”.
All those fun words that begin with squ-. Be careful; this list is hard to read without some serious eye-crossage.
Suggestions of frindley idioms that have caught your eye but which aren't yet listed, perhaps because I'm blind to their frindley-ness, are welcome.
Mum loves a good cliche. I am finding that I mimic her with increasing regularity as I find audiences that don't know her or her own brand of broad Aussieness.
bob's your uncle, if your auntie ha..., dry as a limeburn..., like an owl peeri..., haven't they figu..., dry as a dead din..., cold as a witch's..., you catch more fl..., you can't make fi..., late for breakfast, jack robinson, fish and visitors and 49 more...
Mostly but not limited to slang and some cockney guffy wibble
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