noun, plural squir·rels, (especially collectively) squir·rel.
verb (used with object), squir·reled, squir·rel·ing or (especially British) squir·relled, squir·rel·ling.
Origin of squirrel
Related formssquir·rel·ish, squir·rel·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for squirrel
Inside the squirrel suit, an intern named Justin can be found.
Williams said the RNC has not decided on a sex or a name for the squirrel other than HRC Squirrel.
Then, we see Mr. Rabbit in the woods crushing a squirrel to death with his bare hands.‘Banshee,’ Cinemax’s Deliciously Over-the-Top Carnival of Sex and Violence, Is Must-See TV|Marlow Stern|January 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Instead, Vegard wore a squirrel costume and Bard wore a bear costume.Ylvis, the Duo of 'The Fox,' Shares Some (Angry) Fox Sounds You Haven't Heard|Anna Brand|October 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Coy readers should heed the lesson learned by the young woman in “The Squirrel.”Read This and Blush: Naughty Medieval French Tales|Yunte Huang|June 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Tom opened up a squirrel's store, and a pretty noise the little creature made about it.Crusoes of the Frozen North|Gordon Stables
The teeth, and indeed the whole contour, resemble those of the squirrel.Oregon and Eldorado|Thomas Bulfinch
The Hare and Squirrel occur together on a sign at Nuneaton; what the combination means it is difficult to surmise.The History of Signboards|Jacob Larwood
"The squirrel's done it," whispered the girl after the opening scene.Merton of the Movies|Harry Leon Wilson
Mr. Pennant says, that this snake will frequently lie at the bottom of a tree, on which a squirrel is seated.Ten Thousand Wonderful Things|Edmund Fillingham King