Pronunciation of Squeal
/skwˈiːl/, /skwˈiːl/, /s_k_w_ˈiː_l/
Synonyms for squeal:
inform, stool, snitch.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
confess, shrive, oink.
inform on (verb)
squeak, whine, shriek, rasp, creak.
yell in a loud and high-pitched manner (verb)
Usage examples for squeal:
- He thinks that, as most men would deceive women if they could, when one man gets caught, he's got no call to squeal about it; he's bound, because of the sins of men in general against women, to make the best of it. - "Over the Sliprails", Henry Lawson.
- A brave bold thought came in her head- Her wee heart beating pit- a- pat, She moved her own paw- touched the cat- Then sprang upon it with a squeal And made a most delicious meal Ho! - "Cole's Funny Picture Book No. 1", Edward William Cole.