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Synonyms for screech

Synonyms for screech

a long, loud, piercing cry or sound

to utter a long, loud, piercing cry, as of pain or fright

Synonyms for screech

a high-pitched noise resembling a human cry

make a high-pitched, screeching noise

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Reps: R Buckley, P Price, L Fairbrother, M Screech, S Matthews, L Jones, C Meyer, A Hewitt.
For Diamond, Screech has been a curse and a career.
After tracking Yafano's eBay account, officers confirmed that the sale of the Western Screech Owl was completed in November 2012 and the bird had been exported to a US taxidermist - without a valid export permit.
Lock forward Screech was a key component of the Wales Under-20 team which created history last year by becoming the first side to beat New Zealand at the Junior World Championship.
The other question was that one about the screech owl having the misleading name, and I thought it was kind of confusing.
So when Barkly and Screech force you to the end of your tether, contact a service such as Community Mediation Services in Eugene (541-344-5366) or one of the community or private services available through the Oregon Mediation Association (503-872-9775).
The world s noisiest bat can screech 100 times louder than a rock concert.
The car was following me for a while before I heard a screech and the next thing I knew was that I was being attacked," he said.
In 1927 ornithologist Edward Howe Forbush wrote about a belief in parts of the Deep South that hearing the quavering, mournful call of a screech owl at night foretold impending death.
Twilight Hunt: A Seek-and-Find Book is a children's picturebook following a screech owl's hunt amid a nighttime forest to feed her chicks.
And now, the Insider can reveal, Screech is coming to Liverpool to perform a one-off DJ set at the Carling Academy.
THE actor who played loveable geek Screech on US comedy Saved By The Bell is selling T-shirts in a bid to save his house.
A girl no older than 10 and no bigger than a bass guitar steps up to the microphone, looks nervously down at her notes, and proceeds to screech her lungs out.
Can't you see the potential Iraqi recruit lurking furtively in a doorway, praying his neighbors won't see that he's meeting an American, only to have the CIA's three-car convoy roar down the road and screech to a halt right in front of him?
Secret Memoirs of the Shoguns: Isaac Titsingh and Japan, 1779-1822, by Timon Screech.