Screeched



verb (used without object)
1.
to utter or make a harsh, shrill cry or sound:
The child screeched hysterically. The brakes screeched.
verb (used with object)
2.
to utter with a screech:
She screeched her warning.
noun
3.
a harsh, shrill cry or sound:
an owl’s screech; the screech of brakes.
noun
1.
a shrill, harsh, or high-pitched sound or cry
verb
2.
to utter with or produce a screech
noun (Canadian)
1.
(esp in Newfoundland) a dark rum
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