from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of scream.
- adj. Loud, sharp, and piercing to the ear.
- adj. Obvious; distinct.
- adj. Effeminate, flamboyant or otherwise obviously gay.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Uttering screams; shrieking.
- adj. Having the nature of a scream; like a scream; shrill; sharp.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Crying or sounding shrilly.
- Causing a scream: as, a screaming farce (one calculated to make the audience scream with laughter).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a high-pitched noise resembling a human cry
- adj. marked by or causing boisterous merriment or convulsive laughter
- n. sharp piercing cry
- adj. so extremely intense as to evoke screams
- adj. resembling a scream in effect
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If Lucy is screaming and Tessa is screaming*, I'm running to take care of Tessa.
The term screaming buy is rarely used, and we only use it when we feel that we have spotted an investment that is extremely undervalued with incredible upside potential.
Breathless and numb, I needed to find one space that didn’t have a tag screaming out, horrifying me.
And it just feels odd to have to ignore the people who are waving a finger in the air to signify that they are invisible, or to have to run away screaming from a guy who says something like: "In the name of Kossuth, fear me."
Frankly, all this silent screaming is exhausting, so I am respectfully asking the KOS community to use their knowledge, skills and contacts to assist me with what has evolved into a seriously frightening situation.
A resident of Bucknell Drive said that at 1 a.m., two months ago, he heard his roommate's pet duck screaming from a cage in the backyard.
But if you are a Republican disrupting a Town Hall meeting held by a Democrat, then shouting/screaming is expected behavior -- with donations somehow becoming available for office-holders who insult the president.
Everyone “talks” in screaming matches or passionately dramatic declarations.
Assuring him that she won't run screaming from the office, unlike, say, Don's former longtime secretary Alison, if they have an off-the-record/you're the boss relationship, Megan quite efficiently seduces the at first reluctant older man.
Well, for one, the screaming is replaced by a drastic onslaught of "dude."