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  • n. One who squints.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who squints.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who squints; a cross- or squint-eyed person.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a person with strabismus


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to squint + -er.


  • Latest in that arena points out that myopia seems to develop less in children who go outside, and that this makes more difference than watching TV, reading, or video games when it comes to turning little Johnny into a squinter.

    Work It Out, Grampa

  • Though Benicio is a much better squinter than Josh Hartnett.


  • And Empress, luckily there is more than one squinter in the photos- so no hand tipped as to which photo is yours...

    Girls Night Out

  • Whoever contends with the great sheds his own blood: -- Thou contemplatest thyself as a mighty great man; and they have truly remarked that the squinter sees double.

    The Persian Literature, Comprising The Shah Nameh, The Rubaiyat, The Divan, and The Gulistan, Volume 2

  • Strabo (the squinter) from his devious vision, and son of Triarius, from his parentage.

    Theodoric the Goth Barbarian Champion of Civilisation

  • Well, from this system are to come threefold blessings -- food and clothing, poorish lodgings and a little leisure to the operatives, enormous riches to the capitalists that rent them, together with moderate riches to the squinter on the paper; and lastly, very decidedly lastly, abundance of cheap art for the operatives or crank turners to buy -- in their dreams.

    Hopes and Fears for Art

  • Or in this case, two of them: Japanese swordsman Yoshi (Nippon pop superstar Gackt), who loses his pacifist penchant fast; and spaghetti Western-styled squinter the Drifter (Josh Hartnett), who's quite happy to use his speedy mace-like fists.

  • Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (1591-1666) was called Il Guercino - the squinter - because of his crossed-eyes.

    The EDM SuperBlog

  • I went to your art show in boca today, you have been an inspiration to me for years it was the greatest day of my life to see you in person and shake your hand, just thank you for all you have done sandi moreno Writes: hey Rosie, saw you at the gallery in boca. i was "sandi squinter" remember the one with the tan?


  • If you've been sold on upgrading your old 14 inch squinter, all you need to do in this competition is keep track of some randomly placed letters around the Coolest Gadgets site until they make up a word.

    UK Gadget and Tech News, Reviews and Shopping


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