shriek in Pools
v. wrzasnąć, zawrzeszczeć
“One,” shrieked the one who had to give it. “Two! Three! And away!”
Alice spread out her hand again, and made another snatch in the air. This time there were two little shrieks, and still more sounds of broken glass.
"Huh! What are you doing?" shrieked the devil angrily.
"Your shrieks reach to the bone and marrow," said the donkey, "what are you doing?"
"Why are you standing there, you pair of jackasses?" he shrieked at them; and his ashen face became copper-red with rage.
"What is that?" shrieked the Jew. "Is the coat not mine? Have I not lent it to you out of pure friendship, in order that you might appear before the lord King?"
But soon, another one shrieked in the same way as the first one, and then a third.
But just then it shrieked shrill and wild.
He had seen grotesque children huddled upon door-steps, and heard shrieks and oaths from gloomy courts.
He shrieked for help, as loudly as he could, but no one came.
1. yell: shout, cry, scream, screech, howl, squawk
2. scream: howl, cry, yell, shout, screech, squawk