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Definition of "squiffy" [squif•fy]

  • Slightly drunk or intoxicated; tipsy (adjective)
  • Crooked, askew; awry (adjective)

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Use "squiffy" in a sentence
  • "Now what I always do when my template goes squiffy is to ..... call in the DEBLOG!!! ta da da music ..."
  • "Not only is she the great-granddaughter of Herbert Asquith, the Prime Minister whose drinking habits earned him the name 'squiffy', she is also the grandniece of British filmmaker Anthony"
  • "As if we're all going to sit around and say things like "squiffy," tosser "or" wanker "- although we can think of a few who deserve that last moniker."