Origin of squinch1
Definition for squinch (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of squinch2
Examples from the Web for squinch
“Suppose that we say twenty-five hundred,” resumed Mr. Squinch.
Business was business with Mr. Squinch, and social calls should be discouraged.
I think, Mr. Wallingford,” said Mr. Squinch, “I think that we will accept your offer of two shares of stock each for our list.
Mr. Turner, Mr. Squinch and Mr. Fester looked at one another in turn.
“You are a very bright young man,” Mr. Squinch complimented him, and that opinion was reflected in the faces of the others.
British Dictionary definitions for squinch
Word Origin for squinch
Word Origin and History for squinch
1840, of faces. Related: Squinched; squinching.