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screak

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intransitive verb \ˈskrēk\

Definition of screak

  1. :  to make a harsh shrill noise :  screech

screak

noun

screaky

play \ˈskrē-kē\ adjective


Origin and Etymology of screak

of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse skrækja to screech


First Known Use: circa 1500


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