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- adj. Afflicted with a squint
- adj. sidelong
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- adj. (used especially of glances) directed to one side with or as if with doubt or suspicion or envy
- adj. characterized by squinting
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His head wobbled forward as he spoke, and his eyes were all kind of squinty, as if he had grit in them.
Police say he has "squinty" eyes, short black hair and a thin moustache and goatee.
I can't tell, the way they're kind of squinty all the time from your face-fat anyway.
"squinty" bridge over the Clyde (broken cable) and the Science Centre Tower (non-working lift).
The blunt, ugly mug of Tychus Findlay stared out at him with squinty eyes.
Tessa strains her neck to look at Yllis, and she sees Yllis has that look she gets sometimes: her mouth is all soft and her eyes are squinty.
It took forever to shape it up, but excellent tunes got me through some hot and squinty ladder work.
“He loves the Ellen Barkins, with their squinty eyes and crooked noses.”
He looks up and smiles in that squinty, Jordan way.
If my monitor was larger, I'd watch more TV online, but it's a wee bit squinty right now if I try to watch from the comfort of my recliner.