from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who squalls; a crier, complainer, or bad singer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who squalls; a screamer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who squalls; one who shrieks or cries aloud.
A rabbit squaller does great, but so does a woodpecker in distress.
I normely use a long range howler and mixed with a squaller.
As former Marine he had seen filth and squaller in third world countries before.
Updating the story that we told you about earlier this week, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said conditions at Fort Bragg were "appalling" and said commanders have to ensure that their troops never have to live in what he called "such squaller."
Shacks upon shacks and disfigured beggars and people living in the most horrid squaller.
The latest is the Channel 4 show How Clean Is Your House? in which two cleaning experts find someone living in utter squaller and try and get them to change their ways.
There is no squaller in the military barracks, according to a spokesman.
And Orwell went up there and lived in incredible squaller.
Groanings! ah! by Bacchus! look out for yourself, you cursed squaller, if you start wearying us again with your groanings and hollow bucklers.
And such a squaller that baby was, like God sent her to earth to try her mother's patience.
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