1 cackle, crow, cry, hoot, screech, yelp
2 (informal) complain, kick up a fuss (informal) protest, raise Cain (slang) squeal (informal, chiefly Brit.)
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squawk ( squawks plural & 3rd person present) ( squawking present participle) ( squawked past tense & past participle )
1 verb When a bird squawks, it makes a loud harsh noise.
I threw pebbles at the hens, and that made them jump and squawk. V
Squawk is also a noun., n-count
A mallard suddenly took wing, rising steeply into the air with an angry squawk.
2 verb If a person squawks, they complain loudly, often in a high-pitched, harsh tone.
INFORMAL Mr Arbor squawked that the deal was a double-cross... V that
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