The concoction was simply known as the “oil,” which was squirted under the tongue to help boost recovery after races.
Here he squirted his thin tobacco spittle "out owre his beard," but added nothing further.
Kloon squirted a stream of tobacco at a pitcher plant and filled the cup.
Sue must have picked up the hose that I left and squirted water on somebody!
Evelyn rose as he spoke and squirted some soda-water into his glass.
Men poured from the gambling-house as seeds are squirted from a squeezed lemon.
She squirted poison at me out of her eyes, and I shook in the knees.
To make this, wood pulp is dissolved in ether and squirted through fine jets into water.
The secretion is intensely inflammatory if squirted in the eye.
Then paraffin oil was squirted over everything, and the light applied.
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.