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squawky

[skwaw-kee] /ˈskwɔ ki/
adjective, squawkier, squawkiest.
1.
unpleasantly discordant or harsh in sound; cacophonous.
Origin
1895-1900
1895-1900; squawk + -y1
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  • Before the age of satellites, short-wave radio was feeble and squawky and hardly made a dent on the world.

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