squeakiest


squeakiest
'squeak·y || 'skwɪːkɪ adj. having a tendency to squeak, making short high-pitched sounds

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  • squeakiest — squeak ► NOUN 1) a short, high pitched sound or cry. 2) a single remark or communication: I didn t hear a squeak from him. ► VERB 1) make a squeak. 2) say something in a high pitched tone. 3) informal succeed in achieving something by a very… …   English terms dictionary

  • squeaky — squeakily, adv. squeakiness, n. /skwee kee/, adj., squeakier, squeakiest. squeaking; tending to squeak: His squeaky shoes could be heard across the lobby. [1860 65; SQUEAK + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • squeak — noun a short, high pitched sound or cry. ↘[with negative] a single remark or communication. verb 1》 make a squeak.     ↘say something in a high pitched tone. 2》 informal inform on someone. 3》 informal achieve something by a narrow margin: the… …   English new terms dictionary

  • squeaky — UK [ˈskwiːkɪ] / US [ˈskwɪkɪ] adjective Word forms squeaky : adjective squeaky comparative squeakier superlative squeakiest making a short high noise a squeaky voice …   English dictionary

  • squeaky — /ˈskwiki/ (say skweekee) adjective (squeakier, squeakiest) squeaking; tending to squeak: his squeaky shoes could be heard along the corridor. {squeak + y1} –squeakily, adverb –squeakiness, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • squeak — ► NOUN 1) a short, high pitched sound or cry. 2) a single remark or communication: I didn t hear a squeak from him. ► VERB 1) make a squeak. 2) say something in a high pitched tone. 3) informal succeed in achieving something by a very narrow… …   English terms dictionary

  • squeaker — squeak ► NOUN 1) a short, high pitched sound or cry. 2) a single remark or communication: I didn t hear a squeak from him. ► VERB 1) make a squeak. 2) say something in a high pitched tone. 3) informal succeed in achieving something by a very… …   English terms dictionary

  • squeakier — squeak ► NOUN 1) a short, high pitched sound or cry. 2) a single remark or communication: I didn t hear a squeak from him. ► VERB 1) make a squeak. 2) say something in a high pitched tone. 3) informal succeed in achieving something by a very… …   English terms dictionary

  • squeaky — squeak ► NOUN 1) a short, high pitched sound or cry. 2) a single remark or communication: I didn t hear a squeak from him. ► VERB 1) make a squeak. 2) say something in a high pitched tone. 3) informal succeed in achieving something by a very… …   English terms dictionary

  • squeak — [skwēk] vi. [ME squeken, prob. akin to ON skvakka, to gurgle] 1. to make or utter a short, sharp, high pitched sound or cry 2. [Informal, Chiefly Brit.] to act as an informer; squeal vt. 1. to utter or produce in a squeak 2. to cause (a door, etc …   English World dictionary


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