from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun An eye that squints.
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- noun a person with strabismus
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That squint-eye judgement look is a cat classic, for sure!
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‘The squint-eye is too sharp for us!’ he turned a somersault ....
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As he shouted at the top of his voice: 'The squint-eye is too sharp for us!' he turned a somersault ....
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I had hurt his feelings by calling him 'an ignorant old squint-eye:' I yelled to Diana; but she only said 'bow-wow-wow,' and that I had told her 'on no account to stir from the corner.'
The Works of Edgar Allan Poe — Volume 4 Edgar Allan Poe 1829
'' She gives that squint-eye 'You're going, right?'
"Well, then, it's a settled thing that the organist of San Roman -- that squint-eye, who is always slandering other organists -- that great blunderer, who seems more like a butcher than a master of sol fa -- is going to play this Christmas Eve in Maese Perez's old place.
Stories by Foreign Authors: Spanish Jos�� Selgas y Carrasco 1853
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