Definition of Squawkers

1. Noun. (plural of squawker) ¹



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Definition of Squawkers

1. squawker [n] - See also: squawker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squawkers

squaw corn
squaw huckleberry
squaw man
squaw root
squawberries
squawberry
squawbush
squawbushes
squawfish
squawfishes
squawk
squawk box
squawked
squawker
squawkers (current term)
squawkier
squawkiest
squawkily
squawkiness
squawking
squawkingly
squawks
squawky
squawl
squawled
squawlike
squawling
squawls
squawman

Literary usage of Squawkers

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1. Hearings on Internal-revenue Revision Before the Committee on Ways and Means by United States Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means (1921)
"... to sell our articles in competition with those articles; and I would put in that counter tops. toy balloons, squawkers, marbles, glass agates Mr. FREAR. ..."

2. Music (1902)
"... when speaking of the singing we were about to hear, the pastor (he is now a bishop), remarked: "There is at least one comfort about those squawkers; ..."

3. Werner's Readings and Recitations (1906)
"... and in between children with sticky popcorn and red balloons and squawkers. There was a third-of-a-mile circle through the thick of it. ..."

4. Handbook of Birds of the Western United States: Including the Great Plains by Florence Merriam Bailey (1921)
"'Blue squawkers' the birds are called locally, and the name seems most appropriate when the hot thick air over the oaks and chaparral is vibrating with ..."

5. The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries (1913)
"... of pre- revolutionary disorders which excuse the town from inviting a whole week of peanut stands, hokey-pokey carts, pink balloons and squawkers. ..."

6. My Host the Enemy and Other Tales: Sketches of Life and Adventure on the by Frank Welles Calkins (1901)
"... and other night- squawkers. It was broad day when I next awoke, sat up, and instantly saw two dead geese lying upon their backs some thirty feet away. ..."

7. College and the Future by Richard Ashley Rice (1915)
"... and in between, children with sticky popcorn and red balloons and squawkers. There was a "natural amphitheatre" with benches running along the side hill ..."

8. Robert Greathouse: An American Novel by John Franklin Swift (1870)
"Along in September the little squawkers had got big enough to broil, and the short days had brought the time for their young to roost down to be about the ..."

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