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  • adj. comparative form of screechy: more screechy

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Examples

  • They're definitely more mature-sounding, yet at the same time throatier and screechier (their keyboardist actually does some backup vocals on this album as well).

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  • As children's entertainment, The Tale of Despereaux has its heart in the right place, and might rightly be taken as an antidote to its screechier, talking-dog-laden live-action cousins.

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  • She grew screechier in her frustration as Colmes shot down each of her attempts to demonize by insinuation.

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  • New songs like "In the New Year" benefited from the increased urgency Leithauser's voice adopts during the band's live sets, the screams just so much screechier and unpredictable, the phrasing switched up just enough to give the words a new coloring.

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