scream with (something)

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scream with (something)

1. To utter a very loud, fierce, or piercing cry, shriek, or shout due to something. She screamed with pain as the car rolled over her foot. We were left screaming with frustration at the news. The audience screamed with laughter throughout the comedian's show.
2. To have a very conspicuous, attention-grabbing abundance of something. The film is absolutely screaming with amazing visual effects. Your story is competently written, but I can't say its exactly screaming with originality.
See also: scream

scream with something

to scream because of something, such as pain, anger, rage, etc. Frank screamed with pain when the car door closed on his fingers. The teacher screamed with rage when the student talked back.
See also: scream
References in classic literature ?
I collided with people, fell down; and all the time I was screaming with terror.
It was sufficient that he saw the woman reeling away from Billy and screaming with pain that was largely feigned.
There, on either side of her, knelt the two Bouncers, devouring the jewel with their eyes, and screaming with ecstasy every time it flashed on them in a new light.
Alice thought she might as well go back, and see how the game was going on, as she heard the Queen's voice in the distance, screaming with passion.
Screaming with terror and pain they fell back though Numabo urged them to rush forward.