from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who squares: as, a squarer of the circle.
- noun One who quarrels; a contentious, irascible fellow.
- noun One who spars; a boxer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who, or that which, squares.
- noun obsolete One who squares, or quarrels; a hot-headed, contentious fellow.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
comparativeform of square: more square
- noun One who, or that which,
- noun obsolete
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I. i.82 (230,5) [young squarer] A _squarer_ I take to be a cholerick, quarrelsome fellow, for in this sense Shakespeare uses the word to _square_.
•Men with more masculine facial features, such as squarer jaws, larger noses and smaller eyes, were perceived by women who looked at their photos as good for casual sex but unfaithful long-term partners, a British study in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior found.
If you're a man, secondary sexual characteristics will be emphasized, a squarer jaw, firmer skin—all of which sounds good to me!
His jaw seemed to become squarer, his chin more aggressive, and he bundled the manuscripts off to new editors.
Nevertheless, with such men a squarer deal obtains than does obtain in savagery.
Head-hunting, cannibal beast of a human that was as much ape as human, nevertheless Old Ngurn had, according to his lights, played squarer than square.
Except I think it had a squarer neckline and simpler sleeves.
She could have made a better world herself -- a finer, squarer world.
Its touch screen is squarer than the one on the Nook, and seemed a little more responsive in my demo.
I very much miss the squarer, better visibility Five Hundred version. ""