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  • noun Plural form of squibber.

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Examples

  • On television, Fox was preparing for its postgame show, and its “Plays of the Game” — a couple of infield squibbers in the sixth inning that scored a pair of runs and gave the Yankees the lead — flashed on TV screens around the country.

    One Miracle Season

  • On television, Fox was preparing for its postgame show, and its “Plays of the Game” — a couple of infield squibbers in the sixth inning that scored a pair of runs and gave the Yankees the lead — flashed on TV screens around the country.

    One Miracle Season

  • But two of the hits were squibbers, and the Mets stole two bases off catcher Robinzon Diaz, so there some cause for Karstens to believe he still was fine.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • But two of the hits were squibbers, and the Mets stole two bases off catcher Robinzon Diaz, so there some cause for Karstens to believe he still was fine.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • But two of the hits were squibbers, and the Mets stole two bases off catcher Robinzon Diaz, so there some cause for Karstens to believe he still was fine.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • But two of the hits were squibbers, and the Mets stole two bases off catcher Robinzon Diaz, so there some cause for Karstens to believe he still was fine.

    post-gazette.com - News

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