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a high-pitched howl
utter a high-pitched cry, characteristic of pigs
confess, squeal, fink(verb)
confess to a punishable or reprehensible deed, usually under pressure
A high-pitched sound, as a scream of a child, or noisy worn-down brake pads.
To scream by making a shrill, prolonged sound.
To give sensitive information about someone to a third party; to rat on someone.
to cry with a sharp, shrill, prolonged sound, as certain animals do, indicating want, displeasure, or pain
to turn informer; to betray a secret
a shrill, somewhat prolonged cry
Origin: [Of Scand. origin; cf. Sw. sqvla, Norw. skvella. Cf. Squeak, Squall.]
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When the president decides that we'll take on a challenge that Washington has represented fortoo long, the special interests, including millionaires and billionaires who have benefited, start to squeal, said Earnest, the White House press secretary. In this case, one billionaire chose to squeal to a Politico reporter.
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- kreischen, SchreiGerman
- προδίδω, τσιρίζω, στριγκλιά, τσίριγμα, στριγκλίζω, καρφώνωGreek
- vinkua, vasikoida, vingahdus, kiljahdus, kiljuaFinnish
- crier, moutonner, hurler, cafter, crissement, balancer, crisser, dénoncerFrench
- sgalScottish Gaelic
- cantare, strillare, fare la spia, urlare, spifferare, guaire, gridare con voce stridulaItalian
- krijsen, snierkenDutch
- стучать, доносить, скрежет, скрип, визг, визжать, верещатьRussian
- skri, skrika, gola, skrikSwedish
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