Synonyms for shrieky
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHRIEKY
All day we've heard the band with its drums and trombones and shrieky music.
Omnipotence of droning, edged with shrieky squealing, which fills the Universe, not at all in a melodious way.
From the depths of the gamut to the shrieky top again,—a droning that has something of porcine or wild-boar character.
16c. variant of scrycke (c.1200), from Old Norse skrækja "to screech" (see screech), probably of imitative origin. Related: Shrieked; shrieking. The noun is attested from 1580s, from the verb.