noun, plural (especially collectively) squid, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) squids.
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But now I see them as the giant vampire squid, the enemy of the independent bookstore.
For seafood try Clamman in Southhampton, proudly peddling tuna, bass, scallops, and squid all caught by local fishermen.The Hamptons Hot List: Where to Eat, What to Drink, and How to Get Your Beach on This Summer|Brandon Presser|May 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The 2008 financial crisis is usually attributed to vampire squid greed.
Kraken: The symbol of House Greyjoy of the Iron Islands, a giant squid in gold on a black field.
I, like many others, enjoy referring to the firm as “Vampire Squid.”Goldman Sachs Executive Quits in a New York Times Piece, Did He Just Realize What Goldman Does?|Tunku Varadarajan|March 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Delancy caught it with one arm and a belly and passed it back through the door to Squid Murphy who was standing just outside.
He was twisted around in the front seat, looking over the heads of Squid Murphy and the two other gunsels in the back seat.
His gloved fingers closed on Squid Murphy and the killer called Shiv simultaneously.
He cleared the roped guard and the two fallen hoods, landed lightly on the balls of his feet within a yard of Squid Murphy.
Isn't that Squid Murphy over there in the corner, trying to disguise himself as a corner of that safe?