To express opposition, often by argument
The act of expressing strong or reasoned opposition
What came out was a pitiful squawk.
She waited for more to his explanation. He said nothing but followed a trail she couldn't see. A startled bird with three wings darted with a squawk from a tree overhead.
Countries like Spain " squawk very loudly, " Grabbe said.
By the time of the nineteenth it was dawn, birds began to squawk in the nearby gardens.
His presence was so decent and reserved, that it seemed indecent to squawk about it.