- a affected by strabismus
- s (used especially of glances) directed to one side with or as if with doubt or suspicion or envy
- For the first time in his high-speed career, squint-eyed "Wild Bill" Cummings, hell-for-leather winner of the 1934 Indianapolis automobile race and many another hard-fought meeting.
- In the cabin were short, squint-eyed Joseph Marie Lebrix, onetime flying partner (now enemy) of Dieudonn Coste; famed Aerobat Marcel Doret, and Mechanic Ren Mesnin.
- Down a back road near Freeport, Ohio, trudged a ragged, squint-eyed old man.