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Definition of "squirms" [squirms]

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of squirm. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "squirms" in a sentence
  • "She has a rather strong urge to place her mouth just there, to lick and to suck and to play with that portion of his throat until he squirms from the want of her."
  • "Now he is so busy hunting and doctoring his 'squirms' as he calls them, that I have lots of free time to mend and darn and work."
  • "And with the fear and trembling that all girls have the right to feel of "squirms" both Roxanne and I sat petrified while Lovelace Peyton came around the house at full gallop and drew up in front of us on the brick walk."