Definition of squicky in US English:

squicky

adjective

US
informal
  • Disgusting or disturbing; very unpleasant.

    ‘this film contains some truly squicky gross-out moments’
    • ‘It was the squickiest television program I have ever seen.’
    • ‘Oh, come on, it's not that squicky, is it?’
    • ‘He realizes with some distaste that Angela is thinking squicky thoughts about the host.’
    • ‘I thought the statutory rape angle might be a problem, but, though still slightly squicky, it's mitigated by Julia Stiles looking 25.’
    • ‘That's a gross intrusion into the private domain, as squicky as telling people how, and how often, they are allowed to have sex.’
    revolting, repellent, repulsive, sickening, nauseating, nauseous, stomach-churning, stomach-turning, off-putting, unpalatable, unappetizing, uninviting, unsavoury, distasteful, foul, nasty, obnoxious, odious
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Origin

1990s: from squick + -y.

Pronunciation

squicky

/ˈskwɪki//ˈskwikē/