squalling :

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  • v  make high-pitched, whiney noises
  • v  utter a sudden loud cry
  • v  blow in a squall
  • s  characterized by short periods of noisy commotion

  • Talk all you want about the honey-sweet face of an innocent newborn, the fact is, from the moment we appear in the world, we're not much more than squalling balls of passion.
  • This is Air America, the long-promised liberal talk network that came to squalling life last week.
  • Some of Munch's paintings notably The Scream, 1893, with its genderless homunculus squalling in loneliness on a bridge against the thick ropy sky of eveningare among the .

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