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- adj. comparative form of squicky: more squicky
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In fifth grade the idea of historical men being lovers was even squickier than worms in sandwiches.
Still, she makes the proposition even squickier by suggesting that they have an early Thanksgiving dinner in town without reservations? and then rip the stitches and get it over with.
Treating a loved one as an object to be mind-controlled is really deeply squicky, and it's even squickier to watch in the wake of Dollhouse.