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Definition of squick

squick

  • v. To shock with outrageous behavior. ('furry' subculture).
    We squicked a bunch of mundanes.

    Last edited on Aug 31 1998. Submitted by Michael R. from New York, NY, USA on Aug 31 1998.

  • (v) To gross out, to find a thing or act disgusting or beyond your limits. (n) A turn off.
    Some folks might like watersports and scat, but the very idea squicks me.

    Last edited on Oct 13 2002. Submitted by Tim O. from Huntsville, AL, USA on Oct 13 2002.

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