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squit

/skwɪt/
noun (Brit, slang)
1.
an insignificant person
2.
nonsense; rubbish
Word Origin
C19: dialectal variant of squirt
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  • He says you don't say squit at Eton and you say Metutors not My tutors.

    Lost Diaries Maurice Baring
  • "squit yer sojer foolins, Ben, and leave me pass," came from the well known voice of Serlizer.

    Two Knapsacks

    John Campbell

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