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screechy

[skree-chee] /ˈskri tʃi/
adjective, screechier, screechiest.
1.
like or suggesting screeching.
2.
producing screeches:
a screechy door.
Origin
1820-1830
1820-30; screech + -y1
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  • It's the screechy voice, the unimaginative plots and the flat characters that grate on my nerves.
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British Dictionary definitions for screechy

screechy

/ˈskriːtʃɪ/
adjective -ier, -iest
1.
loud and shrill
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