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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of shriek.
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Indiana, taught by her lessons to nourish every fear as becoming, shriekt still louder, and ran swiftly away, deaf to all that Edgar, who attended her, could urge.
The astonished priest immediately shut up the book to regard the intended bride and bridegroom; Delvile started with amazement to see whence the sound proceeded; and Cecilia, aghast, and struck with horror, faintly shriekt, and caught hold of Mrs
And the Man roared and shriekt, even as a wild and dreadful
And the Man roared and shriekt, even as a wild and dreadful Beast should cry out, and came round upon me with the two lower arms.
Antonio could not endure the glance of those eyes; he covered his face with his hands, and shriekt: "Art thou a ghost?"
"What, kill my mother!" shriekt the pale maiden, and clambered forcibly round him, to hold him fast.
"The world is at the last gasp," he shriekt, pale and with chattering teeth: "the storms are rolling onward; but all beneath the voiceless night is dismay and horrour; every living thing has fled into its closet, or crept beneath the pillows of its bed to skulk away from its fears."