Definition Of squeal
a long, high-pitched cry or noise.
we heard a splash and a squeal
inform on someone to the police or a person in authority.
she feared they would victimize her for squealing on their pals
make a long, high-pitched cry or noise.
the girls squealed with delight
Example Of squeal
Ahead, Lys was squealing excitedly to another friend.
All Krystal could do was laugh, bellyaching squeals of laughter, as she watched Sid performing a little jig trying to get the ants off.
All the girls were squealing while the guys were laughing so hard they had to hold onto the furniture in order to stay standing.
And God only knows what that is out there squeaking and squealing the soprano parts.
And I see again the old bitch squealing under the mass of snarling teeth, the stick catching her back knocking her to the ground.