scream for

scream for something

to yell or shriek for something. The teenage audience applauded and screamed for more. The children said they were screaming for ice cream.
See also: scream
References in classic literature ?
He would scream for water until he got it, and then throw cup and all on the floor and scream for more.
With all the sounds, odours and backdrops, you would only expect to find on a Hollywood movie set, this unique and creative horror attraction will prove to be a scream for young and old alike.
com, parrot owners can train their birds not to scream for attention in as little as 3 days using harmless light.
The Scream for sale was created in 1885 and is the only version with a frame hand-painted by Munch which includes a poem explaining his inspiration for the piece.
All children aged under 16 in Coventry would have to scream for five days, 14 hours and 26 minutes to light up Highfield Road stadium for afootball match.
Research carried out by Powergen scientists discovered all the children in Birmingham would have to scream for five days, 14 hours and 26 minutes to light up Villa Park Stadium for an entire football match.
The movie was my one and only chance to scream for 14 hours a day for the eight days it took to film my part of the action.
Another actress with a new love in her life is Friend star Courtney Cox, 33, who has swapped one male co-starin her movie Scream for another.
Guests will be asked to make a contribution to the Ronald McDonald House and then get up on stage and SCREAM for up to 15 seconds.