British informal slightly drunk: Also: squiffed
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How to use squiffy in a sentence
I can only see this fellow's boots—but they look to me a trifle squiffy.The Travelling Companions | F. Anstey
If this be so, dear old squiffy's choice of literature had been rather injudicious.
There was a stern, set expression on squiffy's face as he climbed out of bed.
After about ten minutes, the tension of squiffy's attitude relaxed.
And the dook was that squiffy 'E wanted to go me "dooks up" for the fare.