squeal


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There were high squeals and low squeals, grunts, and wails of agony; there would come a momentary lull, and then a fresh outburst, louder than ever, surging up to a deafening climax.
Neither squeals of hogs nor tears of visitors made any difference to them; one by one they hooked up the hogs, and one by one with a swift stroke they slit their throats.
But when you squeal you don't state the situation flatly, as I have stated it.
Why didn't 'ee punch his head, or lay theeself doon and kick, and squeal out for the pollis?
On the mountains of Tierra del Fuego, I have more than once seen a guanaco, on being approached, not only neigh and squeal, but prance and leap about in the most ridiculous manner, apparently in defiance as a challenge.
With a squeal the great beast turned suddenly at right angles and burst his noisy way through the solid wall of matted vegetation that would have stopped any but him.
Tobin hammers his neck, and the women squeal, and by presence of mind I drag the little man out of the way before the police comes.
Percy vanished into the dining-room with a shattering squeal of pleasure.
There were clicks from telegraph wires, scraps of talk from other telephones, and curious little squeals that were unlike any known sound.
he cried, "see what you have been hissing," and held up a little pig whose ear he had been pinching to make him utter the squeals.
If they, or Nikolay alone, had murdered them and broken open the boxes, or simply taken part in the robbery, allow me to ask you one question: do their state of mind, their squeals and giggles and childish scuffling at the gate fit in with axes, bloodshed, fiendish cunning, robbery?
So I am not going to squeal to make them feel better.