[ adjective ] loud and sustained; shrill and piercing
"hordes of screaming fans" "a screaming jet plane" "a screaming fury of sound" "a screeching parrot" "screeching brakes" "a horde of shrieking fans" "shrieking winds"
Used in print(Howard Fast, April Morning....)
One moment , the road was filled with disciplined troops , marching four by four with a purpose as implacable as death ; the next , a cloud of gun_smoke covered a screaming fury of sound , out of which the redcoat soldiers emerged with their bayonets and their cursing fury .
[ adjective ] so extremely intense as to evoke screams
"in screaming agony" "a screaming rage"
Used in print(Alex Gordon, The Cipher....)
A shot caught him and straightened him up in screaming pain ; a following volley of shots shattered glass , ripped the ceiling , and sent him lurching heavily from the table .
[ adjective ] resembling a scream in effect
"screaming headlines" "screaming colors and designs"