squinty : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a characterized by squinting
he looked with squinty eyes
- s (used especially of glances) directed to one side with or as if with doubt or suspicion or envy
- Surely his crook-fingered, squinty-eyed, gravel-voiced denial of sex with "that woman," repeated like a tape loop on TV, looks less persuasive in retrospect.
- Even in the '60s, as the gunslinger in Sergio Leone westerns, Eastwood had the squinty eyes, sour mouth and weary walk of a soldier who had been in too many wars.
- During his 50-odd years of farming in Iowa's Warren County, squinty-eyed old Ed Russell had received many a pastoral call.
News & Articles
- Marco Rubio’s gay panic
RUBIO’S GAY PANIC Try as we might, we’ve yet to be able to muster more than a squinty-blur of possible Christian Bale (via Patrick Bateman) self-immolating attraction to Sen. Marco Rubio, though, given his recent flamboyant flare-ups in the face of the gay question, maybe we ought to give ol’ eyes-too-wide a second glance? He doth protest a bit too much, after all. On June 13, Rubio double ...
June 18, 2013 - Orlando Weekly
- Jay Manuel in TV.com
She went from a squinty look to a deer caught in headlights,judge and make-up artist Jay Manuel noted.
- Michael Phelps in USA Today
When the alarm goes off in the morning for workout,Phelps says, "he'll look up at me and he's almost squinty-eyed, like, 'What are you doing up?' "