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squinty

[skwin-tee] /ˈskwɪn ti/
adjective
1.
characterized by or having a squint.
Origin
1590-1600
1590-1600; squint + -y1
Related forms
squintiness, noun
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  • The rhino glared in its squinty way at the pile of cowering humans, before trotting away.
  • The pale, squinty, early spring perfection of the day made me smile.
  • Emphasizing his overhanging upper lip and squinty eyes expressed a view identifying him with his words.

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