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  • noun Plural form of screaming.

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Examples

  • ‘Paranormal Activity’: Midnight screamings across the country

    Vote! Or 'Paranormal Activity' will die! | EW.com

  • Last night I had a long extended nightmare where my father found me at long last and, through a combination of beatings, screamings, guilt-trippings, and ambushes, asserted control and took everything away from me—my house, my job, my connection to the internets, my name.

    2010 June | Spontaneous ∂erivation

  • Last night I had a long extended nightmare where my father found me at long last and, through a combination of beatings, screamings, guilt-trippings, and ambushes, asserted control and took everything away from me—my house, my job, my connection to the internets, my name.

    Need More Practice with the Overcow | Spontaneous ∂erivation

  • Here my sister, after a fit of clappings and screamings, beat her hands upon her bosom and upon her knees, and threw her cap off, and pulled her hair down, — which were the last stages on her road to frenzy.

    Great Expectations

  • And the screaming of the maid afar off in the dark did end very sudden; but in a moment there did be other screamings in diverse places, and the hoarse shoutings of the great men and the thudding of mighty feet that ran this way and that, a-chase.

    The Night Land

  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: You could listen to the shouts of people like panic, like hysterical screamings, like help, help, help!

    CNN Transcript Jul 7, 2005

  • She was able to pack Times Square with thousands of screamings fans and the collection is getting generally positive reviews.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • She was able to pack Times Square with thousands of screamings fans and the collection is getting generally positive reviews.

    The Emancipation of Mariah

  • Drums, Trumpetts, and all sorts of musical Instruments, the murmuring, shoutings, screamings of living and [dying], which is very terrible and shocking to the Mind.

    John Adams diary, June 1753 - April 1754, September 1758 - January 1759

  • Shoutings, bawlings, whistlings, and screamings were in full swing, and the lady paused for a moment, whispering to her companion, "Oh, let's go back -- I can't stand this at any price."

    Recollections of Old Liverpool

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