squib[ skwib ]SEE DEFINITION OF squib
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SQUIB
Here is a pistol, it is not loaded, but there is powder in the pan, and you can squib it.
He arrived at his climax like a squib that attains its ideal.
But the squib is run to the end of the rope: room for the prodigy of valour.
Would Leonidas have fastened a squib to the robe of the Spartan mother?
With eleven illustrations, designed by Squib, and engraved by Point.
We entreat our readers not to receive the above as a squib of invention.
Equally acceptable for its rarity would be a squib on Mrs. Piozzi without a reference to the brewery.
“I could turn him with a bit of a bush,” said Squib, glancing at Gouws, who was drawing gradually nearer to the party.
It is generally believed that Squib has not gone guinea-fowl shooting among ostriches since that day!
The squib had long burnt out by the time we got there; but the sight that met our astonished gaze was magnificent.