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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of screak.


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  • Osvaldo fluffs his feathers, then screaks: Without your gaze my heart is the enemy in my chest!

    The Lady Matador’s Hotel

  • Russ Hodges stands on an equipment trunk trying to describe the scene in the clubhouse and he knows he is making no sense and the players who climb up on the trunk to talk to him are making no sense and they are all talking in unnatural voices, failed voices, creaturely night screaks.


  • It always moved up or down to a succession of screaks, unoilable, blood-curdling, that were intensified by Mrs. Bradshaw's weight, so that she ascended to the blue tarletan heaven accompanied by such chugs and long-drawn yowlings as suggested a trip to the infernal regions.

    Ten American Girls From History

  • He "lurks in every flower," ripples in the curling flood, whistles in the winds, screaks in the storm, thunders in the air, and bellows in the earthquake, sweeping the zones and parallels of earth with the dense shades of Hades and the smoke and fumes of Tartarus.

    Autobiography, sermons, addresses, and essays of Bishop L. H. Holsey, D. D.,

  • Mr. Flint says: "The fiddle screaks jargon from thèse faucibus orci" The other part of the town on a bluff three hundred feet high, showed a rich country round about, and it contained many handsome public buildings, on wide streets, with the appearance of comf ort and opulence.

    De la philosophie de la nature

  • Besides, one cog in the draftsman is ground down far too much it screaks loudly when it’s running, you can barely communicate.

    The Metamorphosis, in The Penal Colony,and Other Stories


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