Definition of Squawk
speak loudly and in an angry way
Use Squawk in a sentence
The young boy walked calmly into the principal’s office to squawk about his teacher.
He’s a very negative person, so he always finds something to squawk about.
She squawked about the problem, but he wasn’t listening to her.
John squawked of a headache when he got up this morning
William squawked at me, excited but serious, frowning like Alfred Hitchcock.
As I recall, my wife squawked loudly when I purchased these shoes.
That politicians have squawked about what government should not be.
Black birds squawked in the woods. (making sharp noise – for birds)
The bird squawked and flapped her wings wildly when a hand suddenly burst up through the ground.
The bird ruffled it’s feathers and squawked.