- characterized by or having a squint.
Origin of squinty
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Examples from the Web for squinty
Because he had squinty and slanted eyes, the other kids gave him the nickname “Chinky.”Mike Wallace Reconsidered: 6 Revelations From a New Biography
The Daily Beast
April 10, 2012
Their enthusiasm, devotion, and mixed-up sense of romance for squinty boys is one of the more quaint aspects of pop culture.Trends That Need to End in 2010
December 29, 2009
Perhaps he was still off in the woods with Squinty, the comical pig.Tum Tum, the Jolly Elephant
"Come with me, and I'll see if I can't find you something to eat," Squinty said.Mappo, the Merry Monkey</p>
But the funniest part of Squinty was his eyes, or, rather, one eye.
"Oh, I guess we'll call him Squinty," the farmer said; and so Squinty was named.
When his mother had named six of her little pigs she came to Squinty.