- affected with or characterized by strabismus.
- looking obliquely or askance.
- manifesting a malicious, envious, or spiteful attitude or disposition: squint-eyed with vengefulness and blind to reason.
Origin of squint-eyed
First recorded in 1580–90
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Examples from the Web for squint-eyed
No squint-eyed carny could ever guess it; it's a shock to find out he's 20 years older than you always thought.The Stacks: Harold Conrad Was Many Things, But He Was Never, Ever Dull
March 8, 2014
That squint-eyed Augustine who had to look after the stoves was to eat off her knees.
That squint-eyed Augustine almost burst, the joke seemed to her so funny.
Squint-eyed Augustine set up a hen-cackling when she heard this.
The woman and the squint-eyed man dragged Ruth into the bush.Ruth Fielding and the Gypsies
Alice B. Emerson
"And I didn't touch it," interposed the squint-eyed lad quickly.Tom Swift and his Motor-boat
- having a squint
- looking sidelong
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