Definitions

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  • n. A look.
  • v. To look, to examine.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Mind you, one squizz at the legs and you can see, he's no lady!

    Australia v England - live! | Rob Smyth

  • Nobby Hi..if you get a mo have a squizz at the article in the new edition of New Scientist about the researcher in Swede who had participants eat double usual cal intake of junk food and do fark all exercise sans 1 hour of weight training per 7 days.

    Statin panic | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • When I saw Charlie and the Chocolate Factory recently the trailers went down a storm: King Kong looked excellent, Harry Potter was worth a squizz, but the audience really came alive for Wallace and Grommet's 'Curse of the Were-Rabbit'.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • Considering the distances involved, it's not exactly likely we'll be going to the immediate vicinity any time soon to have a squizz at it "up close and personal".

    Archive 2005-02-01

  • One of our mortgages came up for roll-over in the past couple weeks and, after a squizz round www. mortgagerates.co.nz, and a general vague feeling that interest rates are only going to rise from here, we fixed for three years at a bit over 7%.

    NZ On Screen

  • I defer, not knowing the show; I just had a quick squizz about online.

    West End Whingers

  • One of our mortgages came up for roll-over in the past couple weeks and, after a squizz round www.mortgagerates.co.nz, and a general vague feeling that interest rates are only going to rise from here, we fixed for three years at a bit over 7%.

    NZ On Screen

  • My chain was clunking around so I pulled over to have a squizz.

    TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com

  • I try and negotiate sanity-preserving deadlines and I always have a quick squizz at a project as soon as I get it, even if I am not starting it there and then.

    YourSite.com

  • For more on Sony's thoughts for the PSP's future, you could also have a squizz at our interview with David Reeves from January.

    Eurogamer

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