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Definition of squicky

squicky

  • A way to describe something that makes you squeamish, and you feel has a certain 'ick' factor.
    That guy is checking my mom out, that's squicky.

    Last edited on Sep 06 2008. Submitted by Lori L. from Canada on Sep 06 2008.

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