Squeal is to make a high-pitched scream.(verb)
An example of squeal is to let out a shrill sound when you get excited about a brand new car that was given to you as a gift.
The definition of a squeal is a loud and high-pitched sound.(noun)
The sound of a very young girl who is excited is an example of a squeal.
See squeal in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME squelen, prob. akin to ON skvala, to cry out, yell < IE *(s)kwel-, var. of base *kel- > L calare, to cry out, clamor, a cry
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verb squealed, squeal·ing, squeals verb, intransitive
Origin: Middle English squelen
Origin: , probably of imitative origin.
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