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She opened her mouth to scream.
They had their arms in the air and were screaming with delight.
We could hear the passengers screaming in terror.
"Devil Dogs," the headlines screamed.
It was the kind of shirt that screamed vulgarity.
It's a badly written essay, and the grammatical mistakes just scream out at you.
This is the American English definition of scream. View British English definition of scream.
old and no longer in good condition