Definition of squid
sucker, mark, bitch. You're such a
Last edited on May 19 2011. Submitted by
craig j. from Mt Vernon, WA, USA
on Feb 07 2002.
Someone lacking in ability or skill, especially in a sport or activity.
He rode like a
squid. He played like a squid.
Last edited on Feb 01 2003. Submitted by
Greg M. from Rancho Mirage, CA, USA
on Feb 01 2003.
a term for a submariner
Last edited on Jul 26 2006. Submitted by
Stephen F. from Jacksonville, FL, USA
on Jul 26 2006.
- In Orange County, CA we call each other squids when racing BMX. It's used to entice your competition; like "you suck!".
At a Bicycle Moto Cross event: Standing next to/ or sitting on your bike, in line at the snack bar(thirsty for a coke, from racing) very often classified racers will banter right off with; " Squid, you suck." - (you're slow)
Last edited on Sep 15 2011. Submitted by
on Sep 15 2011.
Slang terms with the same meaning
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Definitions include: abbreviated form of "naturally".
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Definitions include: to not follow the script.
Definitions include: a journalist.
Definitions include: to applaud.
Definitions include: to spit by using a saliva gland located under the tongue, causing a stream or particles of saliva to squirt out.
Definitions include: extremely drunk, to the point where others may have to carry the afflicted party home. Definitions include: to claim the (front) seat next to the driver in an automobile.
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