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swoop

swoop /swo_op/ Verb(esp. of a bird) Move rapidly downward through the air: “the aircraft swooped in to land”. NounA swooping or snatching …

swoosh

swoosh /swo_oSH/ NounThe sound produced by a sudden rush of air or liquid: “the swoosh of surf”. VerbMove with such a sound: …

swooshed

swooshed past participle, past tense of swoosh VerbMove with such a sound: “swooshing down beautiful ski slopes”.

squabble

a noisy altercation or quarrel usually over petty matters

squashed

squashed past participle, past tense of squash (Verb) VerbCrush or squeeze (something) with force so that it becomes flat, soft, or out …

squawk

squawk /skw™k/ Verb(of a bird) Make a loud, harsh noise: “the geese flew upriver, squawking”. NounA loud, harsh or discordant noise made …

squeak

squeak /skw_k/ NounA short, high-pitched sound or cry: “the door opened with a slight squeak”. VerbMake a high-pitched sound or cry: “he …

squeal

squeal /skw_l/ NounA long, high-pitched cry or noise: “we heard a splash and a squeal”. VerbMake such a cry or noise: “the …