squawky


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squawky

(ˈskwɔːkɪ)
adj, squawkier or squawkiest
censorious tending to squawk, or characterized by harsh loud cries or screeches
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Adj.1.squawky - like the cackles or squawks a hen makes especially after laying an egg
cacophonic, cacophonous - having an unpleasant sound; "as cacophonous as a henyard"- John McCarten

squawky

adjective
Disagreeable to the sense of hearing:
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For the two hours preceding the lottery of the penalty kicks, the atmosphere in the metallic stands of Kenyatta Stadium had been nothing short of squawky, but now as the shade crept across the pitch late in the afternoon, an eerie silence began to descend on the stadium.
She leapt up onto the chair next to Jacinda and began announcing her very squawky arrival.
Then the girls heard Sister's squawky voice, followed by the deep, clipped voice of a man.
WEST BROOKFIELD -- It's that time again, when the frost is on the pumpkin and wild turkeys strut the landscape, gleaning sustenance from local fields and gardens, providing entertainment with their handsome appearance, goofy walk and clicky, squawky conversations.
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Written to appeal to middle grade readers, "The Ancient Secret of the Leprechauns" presents hero leprechauns D"Arcy, Lorcan, and Scully, who must face many seagoing dangers and adventures to regain their lost treasure on Squawky Island, their home since the times of the dinosaurs.
Her star is in the ascendance - until she's asked to talk on film, revealing a squawky nails-on-blackboard voice.
Ollie eventually landed awkwardly on the top of its little metal home and stayed there preening his feathers for an hour and making menacing squawky sounds.
I'm not recognised if I put my contact lenses in and wear a hat, but I forget about my squawky voice," he confides.
He was teased as a teenager for his "comedy teeth, glasses and squawky voice", but they are what he's famous for now.
I'm not recognised if I put my contact lenses in, but I forget about my squawky voice.
A source told the Daily Mirror: "When Sinitta sang, he told her she sounded like a 'fire going off in a pet shop' because she was so squawky.