Squawl

(skwạl)
v. i.1.See Squall.
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His cave may be a twenty-minute climb away, above the twanging green frogs, the black-throated green warbler's zoo zee zoo zoo zee, the cedar waxwing's excited, lispy wheezing, the vixen's querying squawl, the territorial owl, the white-throated sparrow's dauntless whistling, the wild turkey's gobbling.
A no-nonsense dirty club joint, peppered with fat bass squawls, an infectious driving beat and Kele's distinctive vocal.
Places where under-age, unmarried mothers with bad roots and lovebites push snotty-nosed kids around in sagging, overused pushchairs, silencing their squawls with crisps, chocolate and pop.