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- n. someone or something who/that squawks
- n. a person who complains or protests noisily
- n. a loudspeaker used for frequencies intermediate between those of a woofer and a tweeter
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which squawks.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the loudspeaker on an intercom or public address system
- n. a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whining
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In a classic example of American culture, the caption of the YouTube video heaping ridicule on this deluded squawker (are you sure it's not you?) misspelled loser.
Also, I can't help but note your status as squawker.
Zach, who moonlights as the lead squawker for Jerusalem veteran punk act Weird Chicken, has his own ethical interest in not exploiting the love of music.
I had decided on the latter, remembering Uncle Steve's advice never to volunteer, and was letting down my bunk, when the squawker boomed: "T.P. Bartlett, special communicator, report to the Relativist!"
'A – a squawker, 'says Addie, and the poor thing got a black mark for it.
As to his voice -- well, he is a genuine squawker.
BBC squawker Jonathan Pearce has apparently been passed over for the gig as Auntie's top football commentator, and it might be a good job if his blog on the Beeb website is anything to go by.
She's no LuPone, and her talent is only really shocking if you've already counted her out as a squawker on account of her granny hairdo and pre-fame Julia Roberts eyebrows.
And recently, Savage had some choice words for one fellow right-wing squawker -- presumably Fox News '
Anger management takes a new form with this brightly coloured, super annoying squawker.