Twenty-three-year-old Katia Popova squinted at the bright light in the doorway.
I squinted through a cutout in the hut: nothing but thick rainforest.
I will never forget the rays of January sunshine that I squinted into after those seven hours were finally over.
One day she turned, squinted her eyes at me and asked, “Where are you from?”
He squinted at my name-tag and, after finding out that I was a fiction writer, asked what kind of work I did.
He picked it up and squinted at it, for he could not see very well.
He squinted at the mizzen rigging where the lanterns revealed the damage.
Adam, who had been helping in the latter stages, squinted at the ceiling of the box.
Then it squinted blearily at David and murmured, "What day is it?"
He moved one of those pointers you see there, and squinted around at the different scales and dials, and then stepped back.