- v. Simple past tense and past participle of scream.
“Hayao’s whole posture and his expression screamed urgency; his mouth screamed something Taro couldn’t understand—it seemed to be two syllables, repeated.”
“Mrs. Morgan, too solid for such airiness, screamed from the pain of the bump; and even the imperturbable”
“This point was being screamed from the rooftops by various”
“Myrna nodded, then jerked backwards as Kevin screamed and curled into a ball.”
“In a heated dispute over immigration-law overhaul, McCain screamed, 'F--- you!' at Texas Sen. John Cornyn, who had been raising concerns about the legislation.”
“One of the reasons I screamed is because, in many cases, these people know better, in my opinion.”
“Teammates screamed from the sideline, urging him to secure the ball, and Tampa Bay coach Jon Gruden cringed.”
“Visiting a creche, having the teachers teach the kids that I am "Sesi Mmapula", and then hearing my name screamed from every corner of the school the whole time I was there.”
“Clarence Page said this in a very downbeat tone about Hillary's appearance: "Well, it's pretty much a roll of the dice for Obama's people who pretty much control the convention, but it will allow Hillary a chance to have her name screamed one more time, and then she can ask her supporters to support Obama, but on the downside where it's another opportunity to have news focusing on someone else other than OBAMA.”
“He apologized to his family and the people of New York but did not discuss his political future and ignored the calls screamed out by reporters as he was leaving "are you going to resign?”
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By the Pogues, on their CD "Red Roses for Me."
Hello boys I've been away
On a bit of a holiday
To the land where the rivers freely flow
And the cattle roam on the wil...
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