He squinted at my name-tag and, after finding out that I was a fiction writer, asked what kind of work I did.
The change was alarming: ordinarily, he would have looked at me, squinted, and said nothing.
At her side was her calf, which turned and squinted at us through baby eyes.
I squinted through a cutout in the hut: nothing but thick rainforest.
She squinted up and down 55th before someone yelled directions, and she walked eastward to find it.
He picked it up and squinted at it, for he could not see very well.
Coleman swiveled around in his chair and squinted at the wall clock.
Adam, who had been helping in the latter stages, squinted at the ceiling of the box.
Parr squinted at the huts, around the doors of which lounged the other men.
He moved one of those pointers you see there, and squinted around at the different scales and dials, and then stepped back.