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verb. ['ˈskwiːk'] make a high-pitched, screeching noise.
- make noise
Rhymes with Squeak
Sentences with squeak
1. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Mice usually squeak when talking to each other in their nests or when they are scared.
2. Noun, singular or mass
A squeak can often be a sign of happiness or excitement.
3. Verb, base form
Your hamster may squeak when you hand him a treat or when you pet his favorite spot.
Your faux-leather item should now be squeak free.
Quotes about squeak
1. Ren took off his jacket, which slicited a squeak from Jennifer who was now totally focused on Ren's golden-bronze biceps. His perfectly fitted muscle shirt showed off his extremely well-developed arms and chest. I hissed at him quietly, "For heaven's sake, Ren! You're going to give the women heart palpitations!
- Colleen Houck
2. WHO KNOWS WHAT EVIL LURKS IN THE HEART OF MEN?The Death of Rats looked up from the feast of the potato. SQUEAK, he said.Death waved a hand dismissively. WELL, YES, OBVIOUSLY ME, he said. I JUST WONDERED IF THERE WAS ANYONE ELSE*NOWS WHAT EVIL LURKS IN THE HEART OF MEN?The Death of Rats looked up from the feast of the potato. SQUEAK, he said.Death waved a hand dismissively. WELL, YES, OBVIOUSLY ME, he said. I JUST WONDERED IF THERE WAS ANYONE ELSE.
*- Terry Pratchett, The Truth
noun. someone who is small and insignificant.
- small fry
noun. ['ˈskwiːk'] a short high-pitched noise.
- natural object
noun. ['ˈskwiːk'] something achieved (or escaped) by a narrow margin.
- close shave
- narrow escape
- stay in place