- (of a bird) make a loud, harsh noise；(of a person) say something in a loud, discordant tone
- a loud, harsh, or discordant noise made by a bird or a person；a complaint or protest
noun: squawk, plural noun: squawks
verb: squawk, 3rd person present: squawks, gerund or present participle: squawking, past tense: squawked, past participle: squawked
- 1. (of a bird) make a loud, harsh noise:
the geese flew upriver, squawking
- 2. (of a person) say something in a loud, discordant tone:
‘What are you doing?’ she squawked
- 3. complain or protest about something:
he is well known for squawking about price-fixing at local gas pumps
- 1. a loud, harsh, or discordant noise made by a bird or a person:
with a startled squawk the rook flew off
- 2. a complaint or protest:
her plan provoked a loud squawk from her friends
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