Definition of Skriks

1. skrik [n] - See also: skrik



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skriks

skreighing
skreighs
skriech
skrieched
skriechs
skried
skriegh
skrieghed
skrieghs
skries
skrik
skrike
skriked
skrikes
skriking
skriks (current term)
skrill
skrim
skrimmage
skrimp
skrimped
skrimping
skrimps
skrite
skronk
skronked
skronking
skronky
skrump
skrumped

Literary usage of Skriks

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1. The Sunday School Journal (1886)
"skriks. JUNE, JS S«. VOL. XVIII, No. 6. JH VINCENT, Editor. * JM FREEMAN and JL HURLBUT, Associates. or The Garden Amid the Brick Walls 165 Only a Brook 165 ..."

2. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science by Johns Hopkins University, Herbert Baxter Adams (1900)
"Annual Series of Studies in History and Politics, 1883-1899, skriks I ... skriks XII.-INSTITUTIONAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY. 626 pp. $3.50. ..."

3. Flora australiensis: a description of the plants of the Australian territory. by George Bentham, Ferdinand von Mueller (1870)
"... in short terminal dense spike», females skriks 2. ... »lightly mealy. Flowers clustered in the anís and in terminal panicles. Valves of the skriks 3. ..."

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