noun, verb (used with object), squil·geed, squil·gee·ing.
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The only answer was a warlike demonstration with a squilgee that lay at hand; and Fisher beat a retreat.There She Blows!
William Hussey Macy
Word Origin for squilgee
C19: perhaps from squeegee, influenced by squelch
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