[ skwaw-kee ]
/ ˈskwɔ ki /
adjective, squawk·i·er, squawk·i·est.
unpleasantly discordant or harsh in sound; cacophonous.
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Example sentences from the Web for squawky
His family being immediately notified of his death, returned to attend the burial, and is yet living at Squawky Hill.
Guilty and uneasy, they lurked about Squawky Hill near a fortnight, and then went to Cattaraugus, and were gone six weeks.