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What is another word for squeals?

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Verb
To make a long, high-pitched cry or noise
“An infant may squeal in apparent delight with a smile in one instance, but also squeal in frustration with a frown on another occasion.”
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To make a sharp grating or squeaking sound
“The hinges squeal again as the door is shut.”
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To inform on someone to the police or a person in authority
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“Your regular man got hit with a gram, and the son of a gun started to squeal.”
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To complain or protest about something, especially in a high-pitched voice or tone
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“I will remind the House that no Member of the then Opposition thought fit to squeal about the lack of objectivity in those statements.”
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To reveal confidential or sensitive information
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Admit that one has committed a crime or done something wrong
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Noun
Plural for a long, high-pitched cry or noise
“Lauren prepares a smart reply, but she is stopped when the brakes of the elevator squeal and it grinds to a halt, sending the pair flying backwards into the wall.”
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Plural for a complaint or protestation, especially one made in a high-pitched voice or tone
“In the usual tabloid-honored fashion, he also had a squeal about the excesses seen in recent years of people on benefits living in houses that those in work could not afford.”
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Plural for an admittance of information, especially in relation to one's culpability
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Plural for a low creaking sound made by an object under pressure
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Plural for the imparting or exchange of previously undisclosed information
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