squicky

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squick +‎ -y

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squicky (comparative squickier, superlative squickiest)

  1. Engendering a feeling of disgust, distaste, nausea or revulsion, but without a judgment regarding the rightness or wrongness of the stimulus.
    She offered to show me the injury but I find blood rather squicky.

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