adjective, screech·ier, screech·i·est.
- screech owl,
- screen actors guild,
- screen dump,
- screen grid
Origin of screechy
Examples from the Web for screechy
Its topics are the predictable pop-culture bellwethers of the day, reheated into screechy mush.
Once again, Pharoah hammers down every screechy, scratchy vocal tic while doing a Rock-sian riff on Romeo and Juliet.Barack Obama and Jay Pharoah’s 7 Best Celebrity Impressions (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|September 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Flo was not just mediocre: she was catastrophically tragic, tone-deaf, screechy and, as Randy Jackson would say, “pitchy, dawg!”
He knew that she was taking violin lessons: he had often heard her screechy fiddling on the stairs and out in the hall.The Goose Man|Jacob Wassermann
Again he laughed in that high-pitched, screechy key of ineffable disdain.An Oregon Girl|Alfred Ernest Rice
Her voice is so high and screechy, it cuts your ears; she does not want for wit, and expresses herself well.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XIII. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle
Bending her head nearer, Flea coaxed, "What good land, Screechy dear?"From the Valley of the Missing|Grace Miller White
What she spoke of was a thing that turned, and made a screechy noise.Walter Pieterse|Multatuli