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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of screech.

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Examples

  • The train screeched and rocked and reeled, and the engineer let loose with the horn.

    The 12:39 to Matanzas

  • The train screeched and rocked and reeled, and the engineer let loose with the horn.

    The 12:39 to Matanzas

  • The train screeched and rocked and reeled, and the engineer let loose with the horn.

    The 12:39 to Matanzas

  • Charlie was driving and without a word he screeched the car to a dead stop right in front of her.

    Full Frontal Nudity

  • As he pulled it down the Sword screeched in his hand.

    The King of Ireland's Son

  • For the second time that night, we screeched to a halt, got buzzed in -- twice -- inner and outer doors, and sprinted into the reception by which time Bailey was once again, and quite mysteriously, symptom-free.

    Kim Carillo: A Labrador Too Fat to Fly to New York?

  • For the second time that night, we screeched to a halt, got buzzed in -- twice -- inner and outer doors, and sprinted into the reception by which time Bailey was once again, and quite mysteriously, symptom-free.

    Kim Carillo: A Labrador Too Fat to Fly to New York?

  • For the second time that night, we screeched to a halt, got buzzed in -- twice -- inner and outer doors, and sprinted into the reception by which time Bailey was once again, and quite mysteriously, symptom-free.

    Kim Carillo: A Labrador Too Fat to Fly to New York?

  • And screeched like the oft quoted Raven, “Nevermore!”

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • And as is usually the case with creative-coaching-type books, I found immediate inspiration, and also screeched to an immediate halt on the first exercise.

    2010 March « Looking for Roots

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