Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act, art, or practice of fishing with a squid.

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Examples

  • We were squidding that day, out on the reef - you know how, undoubtedly, diving down the face of the wall of the reef, five fathoms, ten fathoms, any depth within reason, and shoving our squid-sticks into the likely holes and crannies of the coral where squid might be lairing.

    THE PRINCESS

  • And centipedes fell out of the thatch on us, while we slept, and we all ate poi and opihis and raw aku, and nobody wore much of anything for the swimming and squidding, and there was no real road to town.

    THE KANAKA SURF

  • And centipedes fell out of the thatch on us, while we slept, and we all ate poi and opihis and raw aku, and nobody wore much of anything for the swimming and squidding, and there was no real road to town.

    The Kanaka Surf

  • We were squidding that day, out on the reef - you know how, undoubtedly, diving down the face of the wall of the reef, five fathoms, ten fathoms, any depth within reason, and shoving our squid-sticks into the likely holes and crannies of the coral where squid might be lairing.

    The Princess

  • Secret Cash Machine The Squidoo Ninja Lash out of the darkness with lethal squidding techniques and take them by surprise Ninjas were the lite assassins of the feudal Japanese underworld ...

    We Blog A Lot

  • Accomazzo plans to go squidding again soon, but he's got to eat through several hundred squid tacos first.

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  • Accomazzo plans to go squidding again soon, but he's got to eat through several hundred squid tacos first.

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  • "We were squidding that day, out on the reef -- you know how, undoubtedly, diving down the face of the wall of the reef, five fathoms, ten fathoms, any depth within reason, and shoving our squid-sticks into the likely holes and crannies of the coral where squid might be lairing.

    The Red One

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  • But then, the brain itself was a wash of one mood-altering substance or another. So said every book she'd read since Mark's accident. It sickened her. She wanted the real Karsh, not this tolerant philosopher, squidding all over the place.

    --Richard Powers, 2007, The Echo Maker, p. 327

    November 7, 2008