Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of squirt.

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Examples

  • It is sucked out of the basin through a hollow bamboo or reed, and squirted from the mouth into the jar.

    Six Months in Mexico

  • The puck just kind of squirted through and I tapped it in.

    USATODAY.com

  • The puck kind of squirted free and I saw Sean O'Donnell with the puck and plenty of time.

    USATODAY.com

  • It obviously was not one of his prettier assists, but it just kind of squirted free there and I was able to pounce on it and put it upstairs.

    NHL - National Hockey League - Carolina vs. Toronto

  • Only I kind of squirted like a sugarmelon seed, right off to somewhere in the delta.

    She Is The Darkness

  • No radical change was immediately made, however, but the product of the lamp factory was gradually changed over, during the course of a few years, from the use of bamboo to the "squirted" filament, as the new material was called.

    Edison, His Life and Inventions

  • I've been with women who have come multiple times, even "squirted", and women who didn't come at all, without doing anything noticeably different.

    The Guardian World News

  • "When I hit it, it bounced off somebody, Chris Reis recovered it, then it kind of squirted between his legs and then he recovered again right before the dogpile happened," Morstead said.

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  • "When I hit it, it bounced off somebody, Chris Reis recovered it, then it kind of squirted between his legs and then he recovered again right before the dogpile happened," Morstead said.

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  • "When I hit it, it bounced off somebody, Chris Reis recovered it, then it kind of squirted between his legs and then he recovered again right before the dogpile happened," Morstead said.

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