Squealing

Antonyms of SQUEALING

Examples of usage:

  1. His wife would far rather have given her the front chamber, which was large, airy and light, but Uncle Tim Aldergrass said " No," squealing out through his little peaked nose that " 'twarn't an atom likely he'd ever more'n half git his pay, anyway, and he warn't a goin' to give up the hull house." "'Lena Rivers" by Mary J. Holmes
  2. Sir Ulick walked up and down the room, meditating for some moments, while Harry renewed his intimacy with an old dog, who, at every pause in the conversation, jumping up on him, and squealing with delight, had claimed his notice. "Tales & Novels, Vol. IX [Contents: Harrington; Thoughts on Bores; Ormond]" by Maria Edgeworth
  3. A big, squealing, " O- o- h!" "Polly of the Hospital Staff" by Emma C. Dowd
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