A cold wind off the Sierra shrilled through clattering streets.
Ingrow shrilled, “Tickle him, prick him, pink him till he drinks!”
Even elderly matrons and greybeards with a foot in the grave screeched and shrilled their joy in the spectacle.
"Una was eating of the man's piece," she shrilled as she held the fragment aloft.
She brought with her an atmosphere of long-dead beefsteak, chops and onions, and she shrilled for an answer to her question.
Insects hummed and shrilled, or whirred like a tiny orchestra.
The voices, the young loud clear voices of Gerda and of Kay, shrilled down from the garden, and Esau yapped in answer.
"Five hundred and fifty," shrilled Ayoub's voice above the general din.
"This day's work will cost you a pretty penny, Messers Look and Sproul," she shrilled.
He took the pipe in hand and turned it over and shrilled it at his lip.
late 14c., schrylle "high-pitched, piercing" (of the voice), probably related to Old English scralletan "to sound loudly" and of imitative origin (cf. Low German schrell, German schrill "piercing, shrill"). Related: Shrillness; shrilly (adv.).
"to sound shrilly," c.1300, imitative (see shrill (adj.). Related: Shrilled; shrilling.