Definition of squick in English:

squick

Syllabification: squick

Entry from US English dictionary

verb

[with object] informal
Cause immediate and thorough revulsion: was anyone else squicked by the potential adoptive parents?

noun

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A person or thing that causes immediate and thorough revulsion.

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