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adjective as in having high-pitched sound

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Example Sentences

The great ones find the squeaky-tight balance between just enough and over the top.

He’s a little shy, but finds comfort in a squeaky, spiked neon orange blob toy and loves to practice his downward dog.

Rodriguez is holding onto her toys, including her favorite squeaky hot dog, in case she comes back tomorrow or a year from now.

From Time

All nuclear reactions spray neutrinos, so if you’re looking the few that come from a rare nuclear reaction millions of miles away, first you have to prepare a squeaky-clean nuclear environment.

Probably not Wisconsin’s squeaky curds or an aged Vermont cheddar.

From Eater

Rusty and squeaky, in need of maintenance and oil, the tank had not lost its destructive skills.

Next to their squeaky counterparts these silent wheels roll right through the cracks.

It looks a bit older, but once you hear that gravelly-squeaky Tennessee twang, it hits you: this is Lori Petty.

I lifted her as high as I could midway up the slide and eased her down with a big, squeaky “wheeeeeeeeeeeeeee.”

In Banks, Disney is portrayed as a squeaky-clean character, but was he, really?

If you wanted to let her go you did so; if not, you talked in the squeaky voice that is the recognized etiquette of the carnival.

But he thought with regret of Brittany and squeaky Hands and the warm days of butterflies.

Luckily the horse was not my own, but a spare one, as my mare Squeaky had had a sore back, and Catley was not riding her.

Trotting was almost out of the question, but I tried it on Squeaky for a few yards, on a dry broken bit.

They are always hungry, or at any rate always demanding food in squeaky tones.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to squeaky, such as: falsetto, strident, stridulate, and stridulous.

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