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{i} manşet [amer.]
{i} matrak olay
{i} çok komik durum
(Argo) parti düşkünü kimse
horned screamer
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Any bird in the taxonomic family Anhimidae, endemic to South America, being large, bulky birds with a small downy head, long legs and large feet
A healthy, vigorous person
A difficult catch

But then he came around the wicket again, I slashed at one, and Strauss, at full stretch diving to his left at second slip, took an absolute screamer. It was the catch of the summer, and it happened to me.

One who screams; one who shouts; one who sings harshly

He stood almost appalled for a moment, as he said to himself that she would take her up and the girl would be ruined, would force her note and become a screamer.

a powerful shot
A healthy, vigorous animal.John Russell Bartlett, Dictionary of Americanisms — SCREAMER. A bouncing fellow or girl. This, like the word roarer, is one of the words transferred from animals to men by the hunters of the West

I had seen the track of the bear they were after, and I knowed he was a screamer.

A video that unexpectedly frightens the viewer by cutting to a loud scream and disturbing image

The Web is also big business; who needs a real job when you can just send Grandma a screamer and—POOF!—there's your inheritance.

An effeminate gay man

So when George Michael sings in his latest hit, “Girl, you're just too funky for me,” is he really singing about a woman? Or is he just being a total screamer and gender-fucking his male love object?.

A very large wave

That set the pattern for us both. Catch a screamer, work it hard for as long as you could, then drop back over the shoulder and paddle back out to the line-up.

A particularly high mark (clean catch of a kicked ball)

Virtually every other facet of the game is shared by other sports, but the sight of a player taking a fingertip ‘screamer’ whilst perched on the shoulders of an opponent is unique to footy, and players who perfect this ability are among the code’s most celebrated and well remembered.

Something exceptionally good

Now, Mum, that's too bad! I like 'em tip-top. This one is a regular screamer, cried Will.

A very hard hit

His screamer into the right field bleachers in the sixth with Scarborough and Viau on base put Hickory out in front 9 to 8 and the lead held for the rest of the game.

{i} computer racing game (manufactured by Virgin Interactive Entertainment)
One who screams
They have two spines on each wing, and the head is either crested or horned
The horned screamer, or kamichi, is Palamedea cornuta
They are easily tamed, and then serve as guardians for other poultry
Something so remarkable as to provoke a scream, as of joy
gooselike aquatic bird of South America having a harsh trumpeting call a sensational newspaper headline
The crested screamers, or chajas, belong to the genus Chauna
An exclamation mark
{i} shrieker, screecher, yeller; variety of South American bird with a loud high-pitched call; very large and conspicuous headline; something that is very funny (Slang)
Any one of three species of South American birds constituting the family Anhimidæ, and the suborder Palamedeæ
A member of the Anhimidaea, a small family of large, bulky birds with a small downy head, long legs and large feet, occurring only in South America
black-necked screamer
Chauna chavaria, a species of the small family of birds Anhimidae, found in the northern regions of Colombia and Venezuela
crested screamer
Chauna torquata, a species of the small family of birds Anhimidae, found in South America
horned screamer
Anhima cornuta, a South American bird, member of the Anhimidae family, with black upper parts, head and breast and white speckles on the crown, throat and wing coverts
northern screamer
Another name for the black-necked screamer
southern screamer
Another name for the crested screamer
two pot screamer
A person who becomes intoxicated or rowdy after drinking just a relatively small amount of alcohol
{n} a genus of fowls so called from their cry
crested screamer
distinguished from the horned screamer by a feathery crest on the back of the head
horned screamer
screamer having a hornlike process projecting from the forehead
plural of screamer

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