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  • v. Present participle of squitter.

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Examples

  • Instead of the sturdy establishment in prejudice of Bert's grandfather, to whom the word "Frenchified" was the ultimate term of contempt, there flowed through Bert's brain a squittering succession of thinly violent ideas about German competition, about the Yellow Danger, about the Black Peril, about the White Man's

    The War in the Air

  • That squittering away of money seems very real as I sit here in Accra working on ideas for development and poverty alleviation.

    Craig Murray

  • Instead of the sturdy establishment in prejudice of Bert’s grandfather, to whom the word “Frenchified” was the ultimate term of contempt, there flowed through Bert’s brain a squittering succession of thinly violent ideas about German competition, about the Yellow

    The War in the Air

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