Republicans shriek, cry socialism, and offer full resistance to any effort to expand social insurance.
For all its performance art and immersive theater foundation, the show also has its own shriek moments.
There will be many, however, who will shriek loudly in outrage, and not all of the fulminators will be Muslim.
I tried to sneak him into shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth, clearly one of my great triumphs.
Dean added a shriek to the end of his concession speech, and the Internet erupted in laughter.
Woe to the hearts that heard, unmoved,The mother's anguish'd shriek!
And you may shriek and scream and no one will know it more than if you did not.
Then my faculties were unchained, and a shriek broke from my cold lips.
Stuart shook him violently and shouted above the shriek of the wind.
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'']