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  • n. Plural form of squeal.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of squeal.


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  • While I understand that hanging Mr Ley up by his thumbs until he squeals is probably not an option, I would like to take this opportunity to suggest that Mr Ley should try readingsome teen fiction (like that written by "unique talents" Dubosarsky or Pullman, as an example).

    Shame on You, Fairfax

  • Further, the prison writing by old leftists tends to be anything but tired, and is apparently of much greater calibre than name calling squeals by fancified fascist fraudsters.

    Tired old thieves

  • Brewer's blackbirds hover overhead as you come into the neighborhood of their nests or young, and the males utter their caveats in short squeals or screeches and the females in harsh "chacks."

    Birds of the Rockies

  • I turned the sink faucet on and it squeals, which is the noise that wakes me up in the morning.


  • Asked if a Sugarland-themed Glee might be on her wish list, Nettles squeals with delight.

    Michael Bialas: Jennifer Nettles on Why This Sugarland Is Your Sugarland

  • The best part was when we were all in the TV room reading (natch!) and he got so excited about the battle with Smaug that he had to get up and dance and tell us the blow-by-blow between giggles and squeals.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • But despite all the lurid headlines and squeals of outrage, the U. K.'s public spending is set to go up, not down.

    Still a Long Way to go, Mr. Osborne

  • She has such a natural and generous way that you couldn't help but be motivated by her as she began coaching to a mass of squeals and giggles.

    Tim Jahnigen: Soccer in South Side Chicago--in the Company of Heroes

  • But when they finally reached Tai Shan's new home - a spacious concrete pen leading out to a large bamboo-lined courtyard - the squeals of joy and tears flowed immediately and freely.

    Tai Shan, their bear necessity

  • There are quite a few electronic devices available for animal control that have motion detectors which activate rotary high-pressure water jets, floodlights, noise - like barking dogs-or high-pitch squeals that only animals (some, like dogs, maybe tejones) can hear, or a mix of the above.

    Tejones and other cute pests


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