[ UK /skɹˈiːmɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈskɹimɝ/ ]
  1. a sensational newspaper headline
  2. someone who communicates vocally in a very loud voice
  3. a very hard hit ball
  4. gooselike aquatic bird of South America having a harsh trumpeting call
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How To Use screamer In A Sentence

  • I had listened to talk radio for many, many years before it was taken over by the cretinous screamers.
  • Innovation rarely comes from a unit commanded by a screamer.
  • He hit a screamer from more than 25 yards that fizzed past Szczesny. The Sun
  • He opened the scoring with a 30-yard screamer. The Sun
  • Notable are horned screamer Anhima cornuta, Orinoco goose Neochen jubata, harpy eagle, black and white hawk-eagle Spizastur melanoleucusCrax globulosa (VU). and wattled curassow Central Amazonian Conservation Complex, Brazil
  • Professor Lance connected for a four-bagger, a screamer past the train signal and through the invisible fog in right. Sluggers: Magic in the Outfield
  • After all, that first-generation Pentium PC that seemed like such a screamer when you bought it probably went out in the inorganic collection several years ago.
  • Anyway, the shouters and screamers lose their impact after a while.
  • I had no friendly feeling for the hippopotamus, the kamichi, or horned screamer, and the zebu, who aimed at making me say H, K and The Life of the fly; with which are interspersed some chapters of autobiography
  • I don't care to have another Fantasia (aka screamer) as an AI and that's all Adam is!! undefined
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