from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. slightly drunk or intoxicated; tipsy
- adj. Crooked, askew; awry
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Somewhat intoxicated; tipsy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Tight; tipsy; drunk.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. very drunk
Now what I always do when my template goes squiffy is to ..... call in the DEBLOG!!! ta da da music ...
Not only is she the great-granddaughter of Herbert Asquith, the Prime Minister whose drinking habits earned him the name 'squiffy', she is also the grandniece of British filmmaker Anthony
As if we're all going to sit around and say things like "squiffy," tosser "or" wanker "- although we can think of a few who deserve that last moniker.
Ok what on earth is a squiffy!!!???? ekkk yaya said,
And finally she flares into full loquacious life; squiffy but skewering, hardly able to open her mouth without an extraordinary sentence rasping out of it.
Bo always knew what to do when computers went squiffy.
Into the chamber of the European parliament he went, a bit squiffy on something less than eight pints, and – as he admitted to the website Political Scrapbook – a little bit high on prescription drugs to alleviate the pain from a riding injury.
Radcliffe has recalled having to guide a presumably squiffy Richard Harris through lines the actor couldn't recall.
Samit Basu at 09: 05 on 13 June who is stirring stormclouds rowdy? who meets angels and says howdy? who makes squiffy skuas squelch?
It started shortly after the upgrade when the font menu started going squiffy in certain applications.