Did you maybe mean screeching?
- adv. In a screeching way; with screeching noises.
- screeching + -ly (Wiktionary)
“From one crawled screechingly an inchoate thing that gimped on incomplete legs while upon its back a fully aware man, or the top half of one, gripped and tore and pummeled the creature to which it was attached with suicidal violence.”
“Also the sappy scene with all the CSIs in the restaurant at the end made it screechingly obvious that something bad was going to happen.”
“His voice was/is too whiny/annoying/ear-screechingly discomforting for him to play the role of Tony Stark's foil.”
“It's very interesting to compare Eric Kleefeld's screechingly over-the-top headline with the actual notes from Pew:”
“It is so screechingly provincial it makes my blood run cold.”
“The screechingly hateful and racist Kathy "Five Feet of Fury" Shaidle.”
“When visiting the U.S.A. earlier this year, I was astonished at the screechingly hysterical coverage of the subprime mortgage collapse, which dominated the televised news bulletins to the exclusion of every other topic except Jeremiah Wright and the New York State Governor's downfall.”
“And to make this Spyder even more tire-screechingly sporty, there's gobs of torque on the low end of the power curve, so you can peel out better than your neighbor.”
“It was a win-win really, because the show earnt Celine Dion over $100 million while simultaneously keeping her too busy to hawk her screechingly overbearing power ballads to anyone else as a result.”
“America the Beautiful" is a pretty song without screechingly horrific high notes.”
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