"Five hundred and fifty," shrilled Ayoub's voice above the general din.
The mother came into the brick-paved yard and shrilled 'Paul!
He took the pipe in hand and turned it over and shrilled it at his lip.
"Go it, you deerhounds," shrilled an Irish tenor in the crowd.
Ingrow shrilled, “Tickle him, prick him, pink him till he drinks!”
"Una was eating of the man's piece," she shrilled as she held the fragment aloft.
For two hours, through that cold and gloomy audience, shrilled the Death-speech.
Insects hummed and shrilled, or whirred like a tiny orchestra.
"An evil day for thee, Abu Hussein," he shrilled into the mouth of the earth.
Auguste had expected his voice to be like thunder, but it shrilled like a knife on a grindstone.