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.
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|Definitions include: a phrase used in reference to someone under the influence of opiates who keeps nodding off with their mouth open, as it resembles performing fellatio.|
|Definitions include: you ride on top... as in having sex.|
|Definitions include: "my".|
|Definitions include: slut or whore|
|Definitions include: to get a person excited.|
|Definitions include: To become angry, pissed off, enraged.|
|Definitions include: a member of a sports team who performs well in the clutch.|
|Definitions include: profession.|
|Definitions include: a strange or silly person, or one who has done just done something silly.|
|Definitions include: to have good things happen even though you don't deserve them, you never try, you have no talent and you suck.|
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