Entry from US English dictionary
verb[with object] informal
Cause someone to feel intense disgust: we get that bodily fluids can squick people out stop reading now if you’re squicked by injury details
More example sentences
- Some people get squicked out by the idea of swapping germs.
- I recall being entirely squicked out by the giant sandworms in the film version of "Dune."
- It's not rational, but the idea of those two dating squicks me out.
1990s: probably imitative or representing an alteration of ick.
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