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  • adv. With a squealing noise.


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  • When the executioners lamp post beckons they will remonstrate and squealingly protest.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The theme may call to mind heartfelt folksingers with acoustic guitars, but here the music is loud, angry, powerful and, at times, squealingly modern.

    Off the Radar, the Beat Goes On

  • I couldn't quite bring myself to pose with what we suspect is a career Ariel at the front who gets wheeled into the back at the end of her shift, nor could I squealingly ask Chip or was it Dale? and Pluto for their autographs, like the trio of fully grown Japanese women at the next table did.

    September 2003

  • The soldier inserted the key into Meder's lock and turned it squealingly.

    Lord of the Isles

  • As my finishing touch I was squealingly happy to see the Cupid's Bow that came with the

    Fashion World of SL

  • In a backward baseball cap, loose jeans and flip-flops, he is unassuming enough to sit on the sidewalk outside the restaurant, after having walked there from Times Square, and famous enough to be spotted by a tableful of teenage girls, who squealingly asked for photos.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Based on the squealingly good young adult book series of the same name,

    Portland Mercury

  • She doesn't say much, but anything that comes out of her mouth will be squealingly cute! Antenna


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