Some sound concrete clarion calls, some are like string quartets, some trumpet brazen marches, and some squeal in sheer discord.
Even with all the money in the bank, most Hollywood stars and executives are loathe to squeal to protect their own hide.
He could not tell the government anything of value even if he wished to "squeal."
They've got us roped and tied and I'd advise you not to squeal.
Rudolf could hardly help a squeal of surprise at the sight of the yellow lion and the big shambling bear.
There came a squeal of amazement from Aggie, a start of incredulity from Garson.
From under the shingle roof there was a sound of struggling—a thump, as a body hit the ground—an old woman's squeal of rage.
When I squeal, Andy, it'll be when there's nothing but the voice left.
Jake gave a squeal and wriggled with might and main, but his ears held the rope from slipping off.
She did not squeal nor shudder, but sat regarding it with gentle pride.