squeal

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Synonyms for squeal

inform on

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Synonyms for squeal

to utter a shrill, short cry

to give incriminating information about others, especially to the authorities

a shrill, short cry

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a high-pitched howl

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utter a high-pitched cry, characteristic of pigs

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confess to a punishable or reprehensible deed, usually under pressure

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she squealed, as the dog tried to wriggle from under her.
Husband Kevin Federline's two-year-old girl by actress Shar Jackson squealed with delight as she frolicked with the singer in a hotel pool yesterday.
John normalized the homo element that's been in rock and roll ever since Little Richard first squealed "Good Golly Miss Molly," and this homo pop generation is a benefactor.
Big Pig Gig Executive Director Tamara Harkavy squealed, "We are tickled pink by the results of the pig auctions.
No, as soon as Bryan Robson shelled out another million for yet another over-the-hill and past-it thirty-something, Ince promptly squealed to the papers, slating Houllier and Phil Thompson.
Look,'' squealed Santa Monica actress Dar Langlois, holding up a wooden stool used in ``Seabiscuit.
SIMI VALLEY - The kidnappers were brazen - they squealed up in the middle of the afternoon and threw the cheerleader into the back of their car, leaving only a smattering of broken glass in their wake.