Squawl \Squawl\ (skw[add]l), v. i. See {Squall}. [1913 Webster]

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  • squawl — variant of squall * * * squawl «skwl», intransitive verb, transitive verb. to cry out loudly: »Hardly was the White House meeting over than [they] started squawling about how the U.S. was “playing with fire” (Time). ╂[variant of squall2] * * *… …   Useful english dictionary

  • squawler — squawl(er obs. forms of squall, squaller …   Useful english dictionary

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