Examples of screamer in a Sentence
The batter hit a screamer right at the shortstop.
She kicked a screamer into the net.
My last computer was pretty fast, but this one's a real screamer.
Don't startle her—she's a screamer.
Recent Examples of screamer from the Web
Shortly after halftime, Horan fired a screamer at the cross bar, collected the rebound, fed it to Ana-Maria Crnogorcevic, but Betos stuffed her on the shot.
Plus, how could the Fire not win after Aleksandar Katai’s amazing screamer of a goal?
Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge are the apex of baseball evolution, the point to which everything has led—massive dingers hit by gargantuan supermen, every ball off the bat a screamer at 110 mph.
Alex Bregman prevented two others, backhanding a Machado screamer in foul territory down the third base line with two outs in the fifth.
Richard Sanchez starred in goal and Aleksandar Katai scored a screamer as the Chicago Fire earned their first road points of the season, a 2-0 victory over the New York Red Bulls Saturday at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J.
Saad calmly slotted the ball home to put Indy up 1-0.Saad doubled Indy's lead about 20 minutes later on an absolute screamer from 35 yards out.
Victor Wanyama's screamer drew the visitors level at Anfield before Kane's chance to take the lead from 12 yards went begging.
The 40-year-old Milwaukee native speared Manny Pina’s screamer to right center in the second inning Monday, hauling in the first Miller Park home run of 2018.
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SCREAMER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of screamer for English Language Learners
: something that moves or works very quickly
: a person who tends to scream : a person who screams more often or more easily than most people
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