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  • verb Present participle of squee.


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  • There was much squeeing from the audience, which was both a bit surprising and amazingly gratifying.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot lyda222 2008

  • One part is giant flailing squeeing over how ABSOLUTELY EFFING AWESOME you are, and the second part is actually questions.

    GUARDIAN OF THE DEAD discussion/question thread. karenhealey 2010

  • My inner Spike fangirl is squeeing because David said "effulgent" as if it were a perfectly ordinary word.

    Russell and David Interview rabid1st 2009

  • I spent much of yesterday, as you can imagine, running around squeeing.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot lyda222 2010

  • Great fun! s00j texted me as the panel was getting out, telling me her room number, and I went up there for some bouncing and squeeing and looooove, as she and K would say.

    Tew's Day! cathschaffstump 2009

  • I was cackling and squeeing so when I found it, my husband quite thought I had gone nuts.


  • It's true that if a blogger has been squeeing for weeks about a meeting with Shannon Hale or Holly Black and then reviews one of their books, I might cross-reference to any one of the three hundred reviews on the same subject.

    "The fanboys can be merciless." Roger Sutton 2009

  • Also because everyone is there, so there is a lot of bouncing, squeeing, and hugging.

    Tew's Day! cathschaffstump 2009

  • YAY go Robin, congrats hun! your Twitter squeeing is so cute!

    Ann Aguirre » Blog Archive » Hell Fire Lottery 2010

  • And I'm squeeing just a little bit that I got mentioned in the entry itself.

    Obscure sf/f books we should all read julieandrews 2008


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