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The tugs, departing with their tows, squalled salutes to the little schooner hove to under the counter of the Conomo.
They squalled with delight as Timothy Turtle plunged through the air like a stone.
THE TALE OF TIMOTHY TURTLEARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
The big gate at the mouth of the bridge squalled on its rusty hinges.
Dirty little children screamed and played, and sickly babies squalled unheeded.
FROM THE EASY CHAIR, SERIES 3GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS
"I'll die in my tracks right here, first," squalled Reeves, guessing their purpose.
He propped his thin legs apart, brandished a sizable missile, and squalled defiance.
Said the Injuns killed his father, an' he kicked an' squalled till the missionary just brought him up here.
THE PRICE OF THE PRAIRIEMARGARET HILL MCCARTER
He squalled out, and hammered the lobster on the bars of his cage in a vain endeavor to rid himself of his painful encumbrance.
He neither squalled nor kicked, but seemed to enjoy the homage paid him.
They fluttered and squalled in unison with the fluttering and squalling of the native, and all creation was lively.

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speciousadjective | [spee-shuhs ]SEE DEFINITION
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