Definition of squirrely
- hyper; having a lot of energy.
That dude is so fucking squirrely.
Last edited on Oct 19 2013. Submitted by Garrett H. from Hilo, HI, USA
on Oct 20 2002.
- Nervous, hyper-concerned, protective, stingy out of fear.
She's squirrely about giving out her personal information.
Last edited on Jan 29 2012. Submitted by Anonymous
on Jan 16 2012.
- horny. A "girly" term.
All day she felt so squirrely.
Last edited on Oct 19 2013. Submitted by Anonymous
on Oct 14 2013.
- Busy, running to and fro, changing one's mind quickly and going a different way
Last edited on Oct 16 2014. Submitted by Anonymous
on Oct 16 2014.
- Loose or hard to control. i.e. The steering on the old truck was squirrely.
Last edited on Dec 08 2016. Submitted by Anonymous
on Dec 08 2016.
Slang terms with the same meaning
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|Definitions include: speech one doesn't understand - usually jargon specific to a particular field.|
|Definitions include: Female, Woman, girl|
|Definitions include: a bad event, but one that happened long ago.|
|Definitions include: Best Friend Forever Until The End|
|Definitions include: to be angry.|
|Definitions include: a dirty or unpleasant task that one must do since it is part of one's share of the work, and that others have taken their turn doing before them.|
|Definitions include: to use the restroom.|
|Definitions include: to say a "neg" (as described in the noun sense) to a person.|
|Definitions include: to aggressively start consuming.|
|Definitions include: poor, meaning weak, low-quality, or questionable.|
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