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v. To have one’s skin punctured repeatedly by a cumbersome but well defended porcupine or, by extension, to be skewered by an opponent in sports or business.

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Texas tech totally quilled those Zags tonight. The Bulldogs won’t sit straight for weeks.
by gnostic3 March 31, 2019
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shocking. Causing pain as well as consternation.
by T-Bone October 28, 2003
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Quills is a young lady under the age of 25 that drives around a beat up car, and causes troubles for people who live in the inner city or "hood." Quills are usually white girls, but can be of any ethnicity, and can apparently come from any financial background...
"it's quills fool run!!"

"quills usually runs 52nd street sucka"
by Ron Posterity January 2, 2008
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The act of drinking NyQuil brand medicine in an attempt to cure a cough, and/or other flu-like symptoms, and proceed to trip some form of balls or be out of your ass loopy.
"Ever since I've had this cough, I've just been quilling time"
by AlTheWizard June 21, 2014
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completely lacking in the basis of time and reality, and yet thinking you are super-awesome
"Dude, that band teacher is so quilling--I guess he may have been cool in high school, but its just sad now."
by effinG February 4, 2010
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1. Worked sucked today, my boss got me all quilled out about the project deadline.
2. I talked to steve today and he is all quilled out because his girlfriend wrecked his car.
by Quilly The Porcupine April 22, 2009
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When one scribes manuscripts with a quill and ink, the wrist becomes stiff and tender.

This word originated in England in the 15th century, before the printing press was in use, royal orders were made to reproduce religious manuscripts in the interest of theological preservation. It was common for these scribers to develop this condition, and they would proclaim "thou wrist hast been stricken by the curse of the quill!" They were given permission usually from a Baron or Count to break from their scribing duties.

The term quill wrist continues to be used today, as quill scribing still affects the wrist as it did in 15th century England
Scriber William: Thou wrist hast been stricken by the curse of the quill!
Count James: Be this true? hast thou quill wrist?
Scriber William: Yes Count, this be true
Count James: Very well, you may break William
by Dr. Williamson, PHD November 15, 2011
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