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  • verb Present participle of squick.

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Examples

  • As it is, I'm not the only one she's squicking and may have ruined her own chances.

    Iowa

  • I think it's the big testosterone discrepancy between Ira Glass and Mickey Kaus that is squicking Mickey out.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • The result is not only arbitrary decisions - criminal sentences determined by the whether a politician can gain votes by squicking someone rather than the severity of the offence - but also that no one can rely on the law as a guide to their behaviour.

    No Right Turn

  • The result is not only arbitrary decisions - criminal sentences determined by the whether a politician can gain votes by squicking someone rather than the severity of the offence - but also that no one can rely on the law as a guide to their behaviour.

    Larvatus Prodeo

  • You can enforce a limit on baths, adressing your real concern, without squicking him off.

    Ask MetaFilter

  • In this connection, it's interesting to note moderator SKM's explanation when she asked Barnett et al. to cool it on the spite comments -- she argued not that eating animals out of spite was bad, but that it was "squicking out the vegans," i.e. bothering people who ought to be tolerated but who are not providing compelling reasons to share the perspective from which foie gras eating is squicky.

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