[ skwee ]
/ skwi /
(used as an expression of joy, excitement, celebration, or the like): OMG! Squee! Your new puppy is so cute!
verb (used without object)
to squeal with joy, excitement, etc.: Fangirls squeed as the convention panel guests walked on stage.
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Origin of squee
First recorded in 1995–2000; imitative
Words nearby squee
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Example sentences from the Web for squee
A big wad of food hits your plate splash an knocks it squee gee.Dere Mable|Edward Streeter