|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
|Like one who wakens in a grave and shrieks,|
The still house seemed to shriek.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Like a frayed bird in the gray owlets beak.
| Shrieks like laughter in the demoned hills.|
as if a frightful memory whipped thy soul for some infernal crime.|
Henry. C. Kendall
during shipwrecks, like the cursed inhabitants of the Bay of the Dead, who await their prey in the ships lost at sea.|
Alphonse M. L. Lamartine
| Shriek like a storm-wind.|
Algernon Charles Swinburne
| Shrieking, like a soul in pain.|