Cry and Squeak


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Cry noun – A loud vocal expression of strong emotion.
Usage example: a cry of despair arose when the smoke of the bomb blast cleared

Squeak and cry are semantically related in yelling topic. In some cases you can use "Squeak" instead the word "Cry" as a noun or a verb.
Nearby Words: crying, cried
Synonyms for Cry


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Squeak noun – A short high-pitched noise.
Cry and squeak are semantically related in call topic. Sometimes you can use "Cry" instead the word "Squeak" as a noun or a verb, if it concerns topics such as sharp, make sharp.
Nearby Words: squeal, squeaky, squeaked, squeaker, squeaking
Synonyms for Squeak

How words are described

normal normal cry normal squeak
brief brief cry brief squeak
single single cry single squeak
loud loud cry loud squeak
Other adjectives: disturbing, annoying, little, anguished.

Common collocations

thanks cry thanks squeak thanks
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