scream at

scream at (someone or something)

1. To shriek or shout loudly or fiercely at someone or something. The boss spent the whole meeting screaming at the marketing team for bungling the ad campaign so badly. Screaming at your computer isn't going to fix any of the issues you're having.
2. To attract someone's attention in an extremely conspicuous or jarring manner. The bright-yellow curtains scream at you as soon as you enter the room. The new computer simply screamed at me from the store shelves with its incredible design and the amazing graphics it was capable or producing.
See also: scream

scream at someone or something

to yell or screech at someone or something. Why are you screaming at me? Go scream at the dog, not me!
See also: scream
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CURATORS have installed Edvard Munch's world-famous image The Scream at the British Museum.
So, if when I'm speaking you guys could not scream at the top of your lungs.
Cairo: Whether you are a resident of Egypt or a visitor, you have the chance to scream at the top of your voice and give vent to your bottled-up feelings without concerns about others' reaction.
Then, he lambasted faithful fans, saying: "If, when I'm speaking, you guys could not scream at the top of your lungs.
ON SONG: The Proclaimers, above, and, top, Primal Scream at Glastonbury
July 15, 2008 Another neighbour complained the children were playing in the garden and began to scream at someone using swear words.