Definition of Squiffy

1. Adjective. Very drunk.




Definition of Squiffy

1. a. Somewhat intoxicated; tipsy.

Definition of Squiffy

1. Adjective. (British) slightly drunk or intoxicated; tipsy ¹

2. Adjective. Crooked, askew; awry ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Squiffy

1. squiffed [adj -FIER, -FIEST] - See also: squiffed

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squiffy

squidgily
squidginess
squidging
squidgy
squidlike
squids
squidulin
squier
squiers
squiff
squiffed
squiffer
squiffers
squiffier
squiffiest
squiffy (current term)
squiggle
squiggled
squiggler
squigglers
squiggles
squigglier
squigglies
squiggliest
squiggling
squiggly
squilgeed
squilgeeing
squilgees

Literary usage of Squiffy

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1. Society Snapshots: Taken at Ramdom on a Trip Through the World by Cotsford Dick (1901)
"squiffy ? SIR STARTIN PRICE (glumly). Who's—squiffy ? LADY DE HANDICAP (en Madame Mentor). ... squiffy. LADY DE HANDICAP (pinching him viciously). Drop it! ..."

2. A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant: Embracing English, American, and Anglo by Albert Barrère, Charles Godfrey Leland (1890)
"It was melted so soon, I am rather afraid That our hero was squiffy, or worse : And some might have fancied that most of it laid. ..."

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