Squeak - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |skwiːk|  American pronunciation of the word squeak
Brit.  |skwiːk|  British pronunciation of the word squeak


- a short high-pitched noise
the squeak of shoes on powdery snow
- something achieved (or escaped) by a narrow margin (syn: squeaker)


- make a high-pitched, screeching noise (syn: creak, screak, screech, whine)

Extra examples

I could hear the mouse squeaking.

She squeaked when I pinched her.

My shoes squeak when I walk.

The wheel squeaks when it turns.

He squeaked into office by fewer than 2,000 votes.

“I can't believe it!” she squeaked.

She gave out a squeak.

The squeak of the pig caused the rest of the family to turn.

The door opened with a squeak.

We could hear the squeak of the fiddle.

It may give us a squeak for our lives.

I will give you one squeak more for your inheritance.

She squeaked out a cry of fear as the mouse ran across the floor.

A rat squeaked and ran into the bushes.

The door squeaked open.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: squeak
he/she/it: squeaks
present participle: squeaking
past tense: squeaked
past participle: squeaked
singular: squeak
plural: squeaks
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