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verb as in scream

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Traffic and street noise drown out yells, screeches, or the entire Moana soundtrack when my kids sing it at the top of their lungs.

From Eater

What had been a walled garden accessible only to government-funded researchers became an extraordinary new platform for communication and business, as the screech of dial-up modems connected millions of home computers to the World Wide Web.

The shackles around my ankles create an arrhythmic concert of metallic screeches on the way to the plane.

“I guess some part of me will always be Screech,” young Diamond says at the end of the film.

But if you say Screech or the guy from Clueless, who are people going to know?

Yeah, and especially me, because the Screech character was so hard to shake.

Well, he came across like Screech from Saved By the Bell, only without the necessary follicles to sustain a Jewfro.

The grief of losing Frankie to this trip so overwhelmed me that I let out one long screech.

That screech was so blamed genuwine I almost fergot to stick out my laig and trip Boston as he come by me.

I thought how at college I used to hear from my chamber the screech of trolley cars rounding a curve and biting my nerves.

The distant screech of the grinder was muffled and not unpleasant.

From a tree near the forest Tess could hear the screech of a night-owl die away in smothered laughter.

Dangerfield and Farrelly were gone—and a rending screech from behind the buildings told only too well where.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to screech, such as: howl, shout, shriek, squeal, yell, and outcry.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.