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- adj. comparative form of squinty: more squinty
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The old woman glared up at Van Der Mier, one eye squintier than the other.
Jake – Oddly enough looks a little like Jake from “Sixteen Candles”, but with a larger nose, and shorter hair, and squintier eyes – ok fine, he looks nothing like him.
One could always tell when Pedro was telling a joke because his wee squinty eyes would become even squintier and he'd start giggling in the middle of the telling.
I would say however, that if I were an artist and I had to draw an Asian, I might give them darker skin and squintier eyes.
They made it up and they can do whatever they want with it, still doesn't make it any less offensive. to the moron Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 01: 25 PM EST p.s. not all asians have squintier eyes and darker skin. there are Billions of us that run the entire spectrum of color skin.
My eyes get squintier and smaller, "says Jessica in February's issue of Vogue.