from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A simplified spelling of shrill.
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There will be shril analysis about a possible coup and did Obama cave, etc. during the convention.
We may have gotten to that point by now, if not for a screaming, kicking, shril, and vicious section of the 9/11 truth movement who has at the drop of a needle screamed deafening attacks at anyone who suggested 9/11 was LIHOP.
Libarman is a Hateful, angry, un-funny, low rated, liberal Democrat shril, McCain should have never agreed to go on his show in the first place.
634 In her shril tromp, and sound their praises dew?
This one came, curiously enough, from colonial Massachusetts, where John Josslyn recorded in 1636: "Mr. Maverick's negro woman came to my chamber window and in her own country language and tune sang very loud and shril.