squeal with (something)

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squeal with (something)

To utter a loud cry or shriek because of some intense emotion. The best part of Christmas is watching the kids squeal with delight when they open up their presents. I squealed with surprise when the mouse darted out from under the bed.
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squeal with something

Fig. to shriek or squeak, exhibiting some characteristic emotion or experience, such as delight, pain, glee, etc. The baby saw the bright picture and squealed with delight. Timmy squealed with excitement when he saw the presents and the birthday cake.
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OUR new phone squealed with the sudden anxiety of a toothy rodent, whose pink tail is squashed between the concrete floor and the black boot on the left foot of a well-fed drill sergeant.
I read the piece, squealed with glee, and immediately headed to the idiots' Web site to begin ordering fuel for my fireplace this winter.
Husband Kevin Federline's two-year-old girl by actress Shar Jackson squealed with delight as she frolicked with the singer in a hotel pool yesterday.
Kirsty, six, squealed with delight as her hero David and wife Victoria walked into the glittering bash near Manchester last night.
Hundreds of swooning supporters squealed with delight as the 21-year- old made it a day of glory for British tennis with a sizzling 7-6 6-4 7-6 Centre Court triumph over Swede Magnus Gustafsson.