If this be so, dear old squiffy's choice of literature had been rather injudicious.
There was a stern, set expression on squiffy's face as he climbed out of bed.
And the dook was that squiffy 'E wanted to go me "dooks up" for the fare.
I guess I had to be squiffy as I used to be most of the time, not to be bored by them.
Tell you what, if I hadn't got squiffy at the beginning I'd have gone off me bloomin' chump.
It gave squiffy pleasant thrills, for he had always had a particular horror of snakes.
After about ten minutes, the tension of squiffy's attitude relaxed.
Oh, well, dear old squiffy is one of those strong, silent fellers you know.
A brief, sometimes witty piece of material in a newspaper or magazine, usually a space-filler: A friend of mine, he writes those witty ''squibs''
[1739+; fr squib, ''a small firecracker,'' of unknown origin]