Definition of Screaks

1. Verb. (third-person singular of screak) ¹



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Definition of Screaks

1. screak [v] - See also: screak

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Screaks

scrawniest
scrawnily
scrawniness
scrawninesses
scrawny
scraws
scray
scraye
scrayes
scrays
screak
screaked
screakier
screakily
screaking
screaks (current term)
screaky
scream
scream bloody murder
scream loudest
scream one's head off
scream queen
scream queens
screamed
screamed bloody murder
screamers
screamfest
screamfests
screamier

Literary usage of Screaks

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Narratives of Early Maryland, 1633-1684 by Clayton Colman Hall (1910)
"... nay rend, With clamorous screaks unto the Heaven send: Oh how they'd blush to see our Crimson crimes, And know the Subjects Authors of these times: When ..."

2. Timothy Flint, Pioneer, Missionary, Author, Editor, 1780-1840: The Story of by John Ervin Kirkpatrick (1911)
"Of the houses in this section of Natchez, Mr. Flint says: "The fiddle screaks jargon from these faucibus orci." The other part of the town on a bluff three ..."

3. Timothy Flint, Pioneer, Missionary, Author, Editor, 1780-1840: The Story of by John Ervin Kirkpatrick (1911)
"Of the houses in this section of Natchez, Mr. Flint says: "The fiddle screaks jargon from these faucibus orci." The other part of the town on a bluff three ..."

4. Timothy Flint, Pioneer, Missionary, Author, Editor, 1780-1840: The Story of by John Ervin Kirkpatrick (1911)
"Of the houses in this section of Natchez, Mr. Flint says: "The fiddle screaks jargon from these faucibus orci." The other part of the town on a bluff three ..."

5. Transactions of the American Entomological Society by American Entomological Society (1907)
"The other leaden screaks are edged with black dots more or less, usually on their inner Bides. The terminal line is black, before which is a pale ochreous ..."

6. Life on the Stage: My Personal Experiences and Recollections by Clara Morris (1901)
"Never, so long as the theatre stood, could that windlass be made to work silently. The paint-gallery always moved up or down to a succession of screaks ..."

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