screeching


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screeching (drunk)

Sl. intoxicated; very drunk. How can anybody be so screeching drunk on four beers? She's not just drunk; she's screeching.
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screeching

verb
See also: screech
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If authorities can please take action and inform these bikers that the act they put everyday is closing down businesses in Bukhwara, I am sure this will put an end to the teasing of girls and wheeling and screeching of tyres.
BOOZING, roaring, screeching abuse at nightclub staff.
For the past few weeks when my husband gets it out of the garage, he starts it up and sometimes gets a terrible screeching noise, which continues as he reverses out.
She's nothing more than an embarrassment to herself and her family, with her screeching, fake fainting and downright nastiness.
be it repeated barking, whining, screeching, howling, braying or other like sounds .
Tommy Price, aged 75, said the plane bounced four times before screeching to a halt.
Rachel's suspicion instigated when the six-year-old African grey started screeching, 'Oh Claire, oh Claire' as she cuddled up to Andy on the sofa.
THE Tories were jumping around like a pack of screeching chimps over alleged irregularities in funding for the Peter Hain deputy leadership campaign.
35am on Saturday, June 23, with his pet when neighbours heard screeching tyres.
We returned each week to hear them screeching, singing, screeching, as
PALMDALE -- When firefighters heard screeching coming from a well early Tuesday, they couldn't imagine whooooo was inside.
In an uncanny coincidence, the DJ's record skipped at that very moment and the music came to a screeching halt.
Last night she was screeching at the Saunders family for killing their kids with sugar.
He said that the night before he and his wife heard loads of screeching.
The crushing also stretches out the impact: Instead of the car screeching to a stop in an instant, its kinetic energy is absorbed over a longer period of time.