Squall and Wail


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Squall verb – To cry out loudly and emotionally.
Usage example: the baby squalled in pain

Wail is a synonym for squall. In some cases you can use "Wail" instead the word "Squall" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: squally, squalled, squalling
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Wail noun – A long low sound indicating pain or grief.
Usage example: rescuers heard a faint wail coming from the pile of rubble, a sure sign that one of the victims was still alive

Squall is a synonym for wail in nature topic. You can use "Squall" instead the word "Wail" as a verb or a noun, if it concerns topics such as howl, cry loudly.
Nearby Words: wailing, wailed
Synonyms for Wail
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