adjective scream·ing \ˈskrē-miŋ\

: very noticeable and difficult to ignore

: very fast or powerful

Full Definition of SCREAMING

:  so striking or conspicuous as to attract notice as if by screaming <screaming headlines> <dressed in screaming red>
:  so funny as to provoke screams of laughter <a screaming farce>
:  extremely fast or powerful <a screaming line drive>
scream·ing·ly adverb

Examples of SCREAMING

  1. The room's walls were painted in a screaming yellow.
  2. a screaming need for reform
  3. The batter hit a screaming line drive right at the shortstop.

First Known Use of SCREAMING


Rhymes with SCREAMING


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