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Word Wednesday: Squirrel (v)

Parker Loera asks senior Thomas Lejeck if he knows what the verb form of squirrel means.

Logan Wright

Parker Loera asks senior Thomas Lejeck if he knows what the verb form of squirrel means.

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This week’s “Word Wednesday” is squirrel, the verb form, which means 1.) to hide money or something of value in a safe place or 2.) to move in an inquisitive and restless manner.

We roamed the halls to see if students could tell us what it means.

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