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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Two-year-old Morgan Budesilich squeals with delight as she plays chase with her father, Tony Budesilich, during a family outing to Amazon Park in Eugene.
CHRIS PIETSCH / The Register-Guard Two-year-old Morgan Budesilich squeals with delight as she plays chase with her father, Tony Budesilich, during a family outing to Amazon Park in Eugene.
Picture: MARTIN SPAVEN; SMACKER: Kirsty squeals with delight; MASCOT: Kirsty with Becks at vital game
James Orrick elicits squeamish squeals with a graphic slide show titled "What Is an Injury and How Do We Prevent It?" The dancers also get ballet, jazz, character dance, choreography and a Pilates seminar.