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- v. Present participle of screech.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a high-pitched noise resembling a human cry
- n. sharp piercing cry
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More like the howls and insane screeching from the psycho ward.
And as far as Palin, she does not talk, she screeches and her screeching is like a person running their finger nails down a chalkboard.
The angry screeching from the right that Judge Sotomayor is too emotional to fairly apply the law is already starting to sound, well, hysterical.
Will rubbed a salve into the wound and released the calf, which bounded back to its mother, screeching from the indignity of it all.
Whining, hysterical screeching from the 5th District GOP Chairman does not equate to worthwhile information about this election or why Ferguson won't win it.
It was called screeching like a bat and hyperventilating.
Amazing how quickly a discussion of climate science pulls in screeching about bush-israel-iraq-capitalism.
Southwest Bob has it right — the depth and amount of screeching is direclty proporational to the depth and amount of guilt.
Expect shrill screeching from the wingers as they accuse Krugman of yet again being shrill.
I find it fun to watch him perform, but his screeching is just fucking annoying.
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