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  • v. To squeal with excitement or delight.
  • interj. A squeal of excitement or delight.
  • n. A cry of squee.


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  • My biggest squee is Ellie finishing her perfectly articulate classroom arguement with "So, um, yeah."

    GUARDIAN OF THE DEAD discussion/question thread.

  • So there's this concert, and I am in squee, and I look at the prices, and -


  • I just did a little fan girl squee, which is kind of embarrassing considering I'm at work ... which is the public library. lol.

    Release! Mine to Possess

  • I don't "squee" very often, but dammit, this may be one occasion that demands it.

    Possibly the Longest Year of Your Life

  • According to my calendar, it's the International Year of the Bat, and with that in mind, may I present to you the first SQUEALworthy or "squee"worthy which is more batlike, and really more the sound I made when I read this event of the year: The Teens & Kids Fantasy & Science Fiction Convention.

    The WritingYA Weblog: Echolocation in the International Year of the Bat

  • Just tell me about a time in your life when you had one of those "squee" moments.

    Clearing out my ARCs. You want one?

  • - Literally "squee" when my husband shows up a hour later, MacBook in hand.

    slackermama . com

  • Good god, "squee" is NEVER the right word to describe anything, ever.


  • If you're in as much "squee" with Eric as I am, I'd recommend following @EricNorthman on twitter.

    feminist blogs

  • behold the beauty. isn't it gorgeous? seriously, i am so in love with this fabric. i bought a metre, having no idea whatsoever of what i'd use it for, i just KNEW i needed it. i brought it home and set it on the desk and everytime i walked by and saw it, i kind of squee'd to myself. yes, i squee'd.

    Archive 2009-05-01


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  • Twitfeed:

    "Spotted Bieber in the lodge at Park City. Luckily I was wearing my squee pants."

    - StrasiUnit

    December 31, 2012

  • The first time I heard the word 'squee' was c. 2000, and when someone asked them what 'squee' meant, they actually referenced the 1998 Jhonen Vasquez comic book character.

    December 31, 2012

  • To squeal with excitement or joy. (Common in Internet circles.)

    July 2, 2009

  • love this!

    November 22, 2007

  • a random word and/or sound used when user is extreamly hyper, excited, or frustrated. On IM or e-mail the sound/word is used with this smily: >.<

    December 9, 2006