Kick and Squeal

Kick

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Kick verb – To express dissatisfaction, pain, or resentment usually tiresomely.
Usage example: he's been kicking all week about not getting the promotion

Squeal and kick are semantically related In some cases you can use "Squeal" instead a verb "Kick".
Nearby Words: kicked, kickback, kicker, kicking
Synonyms for Kick

Squeal

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Squeal verb – To express dissatisfaction, pain, or resentment usually tiresomely.
Usage example: hoped that a DVD player in the backseat would keep the kids from squealing about long car rides

Kick and squeal are semantically related in complain topic. Sometimes you can use "Kick" instead a verb "Squeal".
Nearby Words: squeak, squealer, squealed, squeaky, squealing
Synonyms for Squeal

How words are described

old old kick old squeal
solid solid kick solid squeal
standard standard kick standard squeal
final final kick final squeal
Other adjectives: occasional, red.

Common collocations

face kick face squeal face

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Richard III Kick the Dog: Tyrell hands Richard a half-apple to feed a boar with Richard pelts it at the animal, hitting it hard enough to squeal.
  • In The Hunchback of Notre Dame, four guards let out a high-pitched squeal (but not helium sounding) after receiving a simultaneous crotch kick from a guy in stilts.
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