Definition of squirrelly in English:

squirrelly

Line breaks: squir|rel¦ly
Pronunciation: /ˈskwɪr(ə)li
 
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adjective

  • 1Relating to or resembling a squirrel: the chipmunks were little squirrelly things
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    • They're cute in their own squirrelly chipmunkish way.
    • Get me a coffee table book that I can leaf through, full of gorgeous shots of squirrels being squirrelly, and sunsets unsurpassed.
  • 2North American informal Restless, nervous, or unpredictable: I got all squirrelly after you left
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    • Life can get very squirrelly and unpredictable.
    • She is a TV writer who's smart, caustic and socially a little squirrelly.
    • Even if he is on the up-and-up, he still has much squirrelly behavior to account for.
  • 2.1Eccentric or mad: you might think I’m a little squirrelly
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    • This, I should warn you, is where the plan went from squirrelly and unworkable to completely insane.
    • Crouching and staring at him unblinkingly for five minutes just about drove him squirrelly, though.
    • To my horror, I had seen that same squirrelly, spectacled face before, only this time it had a horrible look to it.

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