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/ˈskwər(ə)l/,
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squirrels, plural;
  1. Hide money or something of value in a safe place
    • - the money was squirreled away in foreign bank accounts
  2. Move in an inquisitive and restless manner
    • - they were squirreling around in the woods in search of something
Noun
  1. An agile tree-dwelling rodent with a bushy tail, typically feeding on nuts and seeds

  2. A related rodent of this family

  3. The fur of the squirrel


  1. a kind of arboreal rodent having a long bushy tail
  2. the fur of a squirrel
  3. Squirrels belong to a large family of small or medium-sized rodents called the Sciuridae. The family includes tree squirrels, ground squirrels, chipmunks, marmots (including woodchucks), flying squirrels, and prairie dogs. ...
  4. A squirrel is a term in debating jargon, particularly in parliamentary debate, that indicates a definition from the side of the opening speaker that makes it too easy for his or her side. ...
  5. Squirrel is a distributed hash table (DHT) web cache system designed to share the web caches of participating users. When a user requests a file, Squirrel contacts the member of a DHT who should be the owner of that file, and gets it from that member (referred to as home-store). ...
  6. The Eurocopter AS350 Ecureuil "Squirrel" is a single engined intermediate helicopter originally manufactured by Aérospatiale (now part of Eurocopter Group). The AS350 is marketed in North America as the AStar. ...
  7. Squirrel was a Canadian brand of peanut butter which was manufactured by Best Foods Canada from the 1980s (or earlier) until approximately 2000.
  8. Squirrel is a high level imperative, object-oriented programming language, designed to be a light-weight scripting language that fits in the size, memory bandwidth, and real-time requirements of applications like video games. ...
  9. Any of the rodents of the family Sciuridae distinguished by their large bushy tail; (Scientology) A freezoner or other who fails to apply L Ron Hubbard's technology as is considered appropriate. ...
  10. (Squirrels) Easily recognized rodents of the family Sciuridæ. Represented in the North Country by five species; two squirrels (Red, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus, and Northern Flying, Glaucomys sabrinus), two chipmunks (Least, Eutamius minimus, and Eastern, Tamias striatus), and the woodchuck (Marmota ...
  11. (Squirrels) Slang word for the police. Examples: Be on the lookout for the squirrels, we don’t need them busting up the party.
  12. (Squirrels) The availability of hard mast also can influence squirrel populations. Poor mast crops can result in population declines, while abundant mast crops may result in substantial population increases (Kurzejeski 1989). ...
  13. (Squirrels) in Black have been sighted regularly in Madison Square Park in Manhattan, and this infiltration is believed to be part of a larger crackdown on out of in the park.
  14. (squirrels) ASL Video Dictionary and Inflection Guide *, ASL Browser, ASL University, LessonTutor, ASL Pro
  15. Slang for a dangerous cyclist; a rider who doesn't ride a straight line, doesn't point out obstacles and does just about everything wrong. It's a good idea to educate or steer clear of squirrels on group rides because they often cause crashes.
  16. To dream of seeing squirrels, denotes that pleasant friends will soon visit you. You will see advancement in your business also. To kill a squirrel, denotes that you will be unfriendly and disliked. To pet one, signifies family joy. ...
  17. is the common name for rodents of the family Sciuridae. In everyday speech in the English-speaking world, it usually refers to tree squirrels, which are members of the genera Sciurus and Tamiasciurus. They are indigenous to Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Similar genera are found in Africa.
  18. a nervous or unstable rider who can't be trusted to maintain a steady line.
  19. An illegitimate and unreasonable attempt by opening government to restrict or shift a motion.
  20. Generally medium length guard hairs in a variety of natural colors. Often sheared or grooved. Not very durable fur, it sheds easily.
  21. That rider who always seems to be in front of the crash that he causes by his obnoxious riding. The one you aim for with your car after the race to make into road kill.
  22. Combination of PCP and marijuana, sprinkled with cocaine and smoked; marijuana, PCP, and crack combined and smoked; LSD
  23. Squirrels are very, very, very flighty. They speak very quickly, and have a good deal to say. They have the solemn role of official messengers throughout Narnia, and take the job very seriously. They are extremely self-conscious about their responsibility concerning the mingleberry plague. ...
  24. verb - to spin vehicle tires.  Those boys were out squirreling last night.
  25. a swerving, unstable, nervous cyclist.