shrieky


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shrieky

(ˈʃriːkɪ)
adj, -kier or -kiest
characterized by shrieking
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shrieky

adjective
Elevated in pitch:
Music: acute.
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Before you feel too sorry for my neighbors, you should know that there is a Dachshund next door who launches into fits of shrieky barking any time we open our front gate, or upon any appearance by any human or non-human animal (dogs, cats, chickens) in our own backyard.
Along with a website and a blog, she has two TED talks that have been watched by millions of viewers, and an Amazon podcast called Where Should We Begin that allows participants to listen in as "The Couple Whisperer," as she has been called, does her stuff in her unplaceable accent, talking of "self-pleasuring" and sounding altogether like a less shrieky Dr.
Like why more Indians know about shrieky Bollywood singers instead of Vedavalli or Bombay Jayshree?
Cue an almighty shrieky showdown in the street (left) culminating in Nikki being shoved into a pile of bin bags
Although the script is a bit shrieky, there are some sparkling one-liners in the first hour and Mann puts everything into her leading performance following smaller roles in movies like The 40 Year Old Virgin and Knocked Up.
Cameron with Leslie and Kate Although the script is a bit shrieky, there are some sparkling one-liners in the first hour and Mann puts everything into her leading performance following smaller roles in movies like The 40 Year Old Virgin and Knocked Up.
When the vocals get shrieky - which is now a real word, dang it - the shrieks are ear-piercing.
But for people with conditions that cause decreased sound tolerance, or DST, hearing the shrieky vocals, loud beats and repetitive choruses of modern pop music can evoke more than mere irritation; they can actually diminish quality of life.
Some of it is harsh and shrieky, but that is what the whales were up to.