Last year, men on motorcycles used water pistols to squirt acid in the faces of girls going to school.
The combo of lemon and coconut is pretty spectacular, and the chance to squirt the filling into the cupcakes is completely cool.
“Secret Service officers huddled in the guard booth” until the official beekeeper took the bees down with a squirt bottle.
Spam, squirt guns, earthworms, pirate costumes—stuff like that.
Numerous small leaks developed, but only two were large enough for the water to squirt beyond the face of the wall.
I know what you are thinking—you're thinking this is a squirt.
They do not seem to have any notion of biting; but when much frightened they squirt a drop of fluid from each nostril.
Thank you, Boy, for not letting them squirt water on my dolly's clean dress.
Handed him just one like a squirt of dope, and he's asleep, and no tanbark needed in front of his residence.
As well might Hercules have attempted to tidy up the Augean stables with a squirt.
mid-15c., squyrten "eject water in a jet," of uncertain origin, probably imitative. Related: Squirted; squirting.
mid-15c., originally "diarrhea," from squirt (v.). Meaning "a whipper-snapper" is from 1839.