- n a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whining
- n the loudspeaker on an intercom or public address system
- This occurred immediately after Reporter Brundidge had revealed that the murdered Julius Rosenheim, "squawker, fixer and shakedown artist," had been Reese's tipster.
- A rail around the edge of the pit keeps them from falling out but a "squawker'' or a "runner'' can jump the rail if he feels inclined.
- France was the week's prize squawker.