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Mr Verloc heard the creaky plank in the floor, and was content.

Then he shaped with his mouth to use that and not the stairs, for the stairs were creaky.

Lovers now-a-days are much too middle-aged, and their joints are creaky.

Then came a nervous shuffling of boots on the creaky boards.

It was a little unsteady and creaky to walk on, but very imposing to look at.

Luckily there was a creaky board on which he had stepped a few minutes ago.

They must have been exhausted, lame, besides, to judge from the creaky way they moved.

Then someone—Hall guessed it was Marina—sat down in a creaky armchair.

The expression tickled him into a creaky, croaky sort of laugh.

I said, "Something of the commonest," and he has brought me a fiacre that seems as moribund and creaky as myself.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.