Definition of 'squalling'
Example sentences containing 'squalling'
DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
Had found nowhere to park the BMW, had had to queue for ages, surrounded by the lower orders and their squalling brats.THE SCAR
The birds keep fighting with each other, and that's why they keep squalling and flying.A TIME OF WAR
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