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Correct spelling:
A shrill, sudden cry.
To utter a sudden piercing cry.
shrillness (noun)
squeal, reediness, hoarseness, scratchiness, creakiness, shrillness, harshness, caterwaul, stridency, acuteness, whistle, piercing, sharpness, screech, raucousness, highness.
cry (verb)
sob, holler, exclaim, howl, cheer, shriek, clamor, call, whoop, bawl, yell, groan, shout, moan, growl, cry.
scream (verb)
whine, shriek, caterwaul, whistle, squeal, screech, creak, rasp, squeak.
Other synonyms:
sidesplitter, shrieking, screeching, holler, cry, screaming, squall, thigh-slapper, howler, shout out, yell, belly laugh, hollo, call, wow, screech, riot, shriek.
Examples of usage:
  1. He fell back as the scream died in his throat. - "The Shepherd of the North", Richard Aumerle Maher.
  2. Anyway, the next instant, Tammy gave out an awful scream, and was head downwards over the rail, in a second. - "The Ghost Pirates", William Hope Hodgson.
  3. Suddenly, up aloft, there sounded a frightful scream. - "The Ghost Pirates", William Hope Hodgson.

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