scream noun

ADJ. high-pitched, loud, piercing, shrill | muffled, stifled | blood-curdling, hysterical, terrible, terrified

VERB + SCREAM give, let out | hear

SCREAM + VERB echo, ring out His screams echoed through the empty house.

PREP. with a ~ She reacted to the news with hysterical screams. | ~ for a scream for help | ~ of screams of laughter/terror

scream verb

ADV. aloud | loudly | silently Despair shook him and he screamed silently in the darkness. | hysterically, shrilly, wildly | almost | out

VERB + SCREAM want to I was so bored I wanted to scream. | begin to | hear sb

PREP. after Marion screamed after them, ‘Stop! Stop!’ | at She screamed at me to get out of the way. | for The trapped passengers screamed for help. | in People ran for the exits, screaming out in terror. | with People were staggering about, screaming with pain.

PHRASES begin/start screaming, scream your head off The baby was screaming its head off. | stop screaming

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