"Does he boast of his successes?" asked Edna, indifferently, squinting at
'Every time I read up a card I just pucker up, just a little bit,' Harvey said, squinting at
a card just handed out to him.
I dream in my chair he's young: walking towards me, squinting at
"Both English and Welsh speakers in modern Wales already spend significant amounts of time squinting at words wondering which language they're reading - tacsi?
The only person who spent "significant amounts of time squinting at words wondering which language they were reading" was Kingsley "Tacsi" Amis in the mid-1980s - and he got much better jokes out of it than Lanchester.
MANY UK school children would rather endure squinting at
the whiteboard than being teased for wearing their specs, new research has revealed.
As I sat down to wait, everyone started squinting at
me; you know how people with bad eyesight give you the once-over?
a computer screen can cut in half the number of times someone blinks each minute--and that could lead to a condition called dry eye, suggests research from Ohio State University, Columbus.
One way to attract attention is to delve into a crowded briefcase (people can't resist squinting at
someone else's belongings).
"I thought I was a bad typist," said Mole, squinting at
the chart on the wall.
The design stops the wearer squinting at
the sun - one of the main causes of wrinkles - according to the makers.
Lugo seemed surprised, squinting at
the jury and his lawyer as the verdict was read out.