Definition of Squalling

1. Adjective. Characterized by short periods of noisy commotion. "A home life that has been extraordinarily squally"

Exact synonyms: Squally
Similar to: Unquiet



Definition of Squalling

1. Verb. (present participle of squall) ¹

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Definition of Squalling

1. squall [v] - See also: squall

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squalling

squalidest
squalidities
squalidity
squalidly
squalidness
squalidnesses
squaliform
squall
squall line
squalled
squaller
squallers
squallier
squalliest
squalliness
squalling (current term)
squallish
squalls
squally
squalodon
squalodons
squalodont
squalodonts
squaloid
squaloids
squalor
squalors
squama
squama frontalis
squama occipitalis

Literary usage of Squalling

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1. Robert Burns and Mrs. Dunlop: Correspondence Now Published in Full for the by Robert Burns (1898)
"... little Godson.2 He is a fine squalling fellow, with a pipe that makes the room ring. His Mother as usual. ..."

2. Curiosities of London: Exhibiting the Most Rare and Remarkable Objects of by John Timbs (1855)
"... Milk Fair," •with its lowing cows and squalling children, is held to this day ... squalling ..."

3. Afloat and Ashore on the Mediterranean by Lee Meriwether (1892)
"... a squalling Baby, and a Frightened Family — Miss Detroit invites us to the Theatre — A Visit to Portugal's Dead Royalty — Ghastly Appearance of the ..."

4. A Playwright's Adventures by Frederick Reynolds (1831)
"... no pheasants or partridges, not one; and instead of a dead sucking pig, he beheld an all alive, squalling baby, displaying a label on which was written, ..."

5. A Playwright's Adventures by Frederick Reynolds (1831)
"... pheasants or partridges, not one; and instead of a dead sucking pig, he beheld an all alive- squalling baby, displaying a label on which was written, . ..."

6. Afloat and Ashore on the Mediterranean by Lee Meriwether (1892)
"CHAPTER III A Gloomy Dungeon—Living Men in Coffins and Shrouds — Perpetual Isolation — How a Nunnery was transformed — A Fat Judge, a squalling Baby, ..."

7. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"SQUABBLE, tv A noisy, clamorous, squalling, strife or contention ... A squall seems to be a cry at full stretch ; and squalling in Fuller (" Going out ..."

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