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squeal

Synonyms of squeal in English:

noun

  • 1 the harsh squeal of a fox
    screech, scream, shriek, squawk
  • verb

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  • 1 a dog squealed
    screech, scream, shriek, squawk
  • 2 the bookies only squealed because we beat them
    complain, protest, object, grouse, grumble, whine, wail, carp, squawk
  • 3 informal he squealed on the rest of the gang to the police
    inform on, tell tales on;
    report, give away, be disloyal to, sell out, stab in the back
    informal rat on, rat out, snitch on, put the finger on, finger, sell down the river
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