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verb as in yell in a loud and high-pitched manner

verb as in inform on

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For over a decade, pork industry leaders held secret meetings to raise the price of sausage—but then someone squealed.

McCarthy squealed to another recent View guest, Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

The sea of onlookers squealed at the command to “get ready for the best eight minutes of music.”

Across the board, Republicans squealed like stuck elephants.

On election night, as Rove squealed his dissent, the anchors on Fox News declared Obama had won.

She opened her mouth wide showing ten yellow teeth and squealed like a rabbit!

Mipitpit na ang dinakpan, The suspect that was arrested squealed.

Bumper squealed with fright, and turned to the left to find shelter under some prickly gooseberry bushes.

It squealed, shrill with triumph, and the horn swept up to impale him.

At first she had squealed with delight at sight of his helplessness, and was for beating his brain out with a stout forest branch.


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to squealed, such as: squawk, yelp, wail, screech, rasp, and peep.

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