verb (reflexive) - to pleasure oneself in a punishing manner
Related forms: squall·ing, squall·ed
Origin: early 21st century; perhaps Guaminese; from the Guamanian tradition of squalling over one's roommate while he sleeps on Ambien
Our roommate likes to squall when he thinks we're asleep.
My little brother was squall·ing when I walked in on him in the bathroom.
Someone squall·ed all over these sheets.