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squick Syllabification: squick

Entry from US English dictionary

Definition of squick in English:

verb

[with object] informal
Cause immediate and thorough revulsion: was anyone else squicked by the potential adoptive parents?
More example sentences
  • But oooh, he was making me feel all squicked out.
  • This is why some people on this thread, for example, are squicked and think there were ‘false pretenses’ going on.

noun

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A person or thing that causes immediate and thorough revulsion.
Example sentences
  • Anyway, this is just me complaining about stupid unreasonable mean people who can't get over their squicks.
  • And, I'd like to think one could get over one's squicks if it meant saving lives.
  • I'll now explain what ‘sounds’ are, but if you squick easily, you should skip this next paragraph.

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