Associations to the word «Screaming»
SCREAMING, verb. Present participle of scream
SCREAMING, adjective. Loud, sharp, and piercing to the ear.
SCREAMING, adjective. Obvious; distinct.
SCREAMING, adjective. (LGBT) (slang) Effeminate, flamboyant or otherwise obviously gay.
SCREAMING ABDABS, noun. (British) A state of extreme nervousness.
SCREAMING BLOODY MURDER, verb. Present participle of scream bloody murder
SCREAMING BLUE MURDER, verb. Present participle of scream blue murder
SCREAMING HAIRY ARMADILLO, noun. Chaetophractus vellerosus, a burrowing armadillo of South America which squeals when handled or threatened.
SCREAMING HAIRY ARMADILLOS, noun. Plural of screaming hairy armadillo
SCREAMING LOUDEST, verb. Present participle of scream loudest
SCREAMING MEEMIE, noun. The Nebelwerfer, a type of German mortar used in World War Two.
SCREAMING MEEMIES, noun. Plural of screaming meemie
SCREAMING ORGASM, noun. An alcoholic cocktail containing vodka, Irish cream, and coffee liqueur.
SCREAMING SIXTIES, noun. The area of the earth between 60 and 70 degrees south, prone to strong winds and extreme waves
SCREAMING, noun. Sharp piercing cry; "her screaming attracted the neighbors".
SCREAMING, noun. A high-pitched noise resembling a human cry; "he ducked at the screechings of shells"; "he heard the scream of the brakes".
SCREAMING, adjective. So extremely intense as to evoke screams; "in screaming agony"; "a screaming rage".
SCREAMING, adjective. Resembling a scream in effect; "screaming headlines"; "screaming colors and designs".
SCREAMING, adjective. Marked by or causing boisterous merriment or convulsive laughter; "hilarious broad comedy"; "a screaming farce"; "uproarious stories".
The right word may be effective, but no word was ever as effective as a rightly timed pause.