If only Charlton Heston had been there to shriek something about overthrowing our ape overlords.
For all its performance art and immersive theater foundation, the show also has its own shriek moments.
They will shriek and giggle, half-scared and half-delighted, when their father pretends to be a monster that will eat them up.
Scouting Report: You don't have to be Dick Vitale to shriek over this game between two of the sexiest men alive.
I tried to sneak him into shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth, clearly one of my great triumphs.
Woe to the hearts that heard, unmoved,The mother's anguish'd shriek!
By degrees her voice had lost its cooing tone and had risen to a shriek.
Then my faculties were unchained, and a shriek broke from my cold lips.
The shriek of agony from Hans loosened the arms of Heinrich.
He has to go very slowly, and even then you can hear the poor things groan and shriek with the agony of being moved.
A bit or touch; a dose: each a free-associational shpritz of surreal hi-de-ho
[1970s+; fr Yiddish, literally, ''a squirt'']