squealing


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squealing

[′skwēl·iŋ]
(electronics)
A condition in which a radio receiver produces a high-pitched note or squeal along with the desired radio program, due to interference between stations or to oscillation in some receiver circuit.
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To be fair to her, she was devastated, but Brody was still squealing - it must have really hurt him."
"We could hear a squealing sound and it was then we noticed the rats running in and out of the bins, which were about 3m away from us in the car park.
What's new is people becoming so insular in the way they live their lives that they become utterly incensed - to the point of rigging up squealing devices - to prevent it.
He did it in front of me, squealing as well as holding his face.
Mom still hasn't let zoo staffers get close enough to get a good look at her live cub, but it was squealing throughout and appears to be doing well, Baker-Masson said.
Never use "belt dressing" to silence a squealing belt.
I know sports coaches typically hammer home the importance of the follow-through when hitting shots, but I didn't realise that advice applies to squealing too.
Summary: Competitors were out to impress the judges during this year's pig squealing championships in South West France.
Gobblers can't resist the realistic breeding calls of the new Squealing Hen Call from Hunter's Specialties.
The incessant drone of motor racing on TV is also in the top three, But No.1 in the hate parade has to be the sound of piglets squealing.
But even from our little box perched above all this madness we were able to make out the sounds of pigs squealing as if they were being roasted alive.
The homeowner, who has not been officially identified, grabbed a pistol and shot both intruders, killing Mincey and sending Cox fleeing, the tires on his getaway cars squealing as he left the area.