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


It squalled when I took hold of it and she says: 'Oh, it doesn't want to come, does it!

But Taggi, outraged at the nature of creature he had attacked, squalled and retreated.

The pitching schooner groaned and grunted and squalled in all her fabric.

And he squalled again when he saw that Grumpy had discovered him.

"I prefer to hold myself in readiness for a call to the field," squalled Breed.

But let me not forget that they squalled Italian songs in the true gusto.

I have said she squalled and scratched like a cat when I stole her.

The Rooster squalled so loudly that he waked up every hen in the place.

"Give me a dozen, only a dozen—half a dozen—and you can have the rest," he squalled.

Upon this she placed the baby, which objected at first to go to bed, squalled a good deal, and kicked a little.