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


Then she sprang away, up the trail, squalling with every leap she made.

Parr smote one on the side of the neck and spilled him in a squalling heap.

Several children were squalling in the lane before the house.

The squalling of an infant ushered in the rosy-fingered dawn.

But the best specimens were the street singers, that ragged, squalling class.

Infancy and boyhood with squalling and schooling I pass over.

I felt I was too old to have a squalling infant forced into my house.

That's why I heard you squalling by the roadside and picked you up.

Suddenly she raised her voice in the squalling screech of a vixen.

On the banks of the beautiful Arno, it is like the squalling of a cat.