squeak


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Synonyms for squeak

Synonyms for squeak

a short high-pitched noise

Related Words

something achieved (or escaped) by a narrow margin

make a high-pitched, screeching noise

References in classic literature ?
I am your enemy," answered the valiant Pygmy, in his mightiest squeak.
The abrupt squeaks of the fat man seemed to proceed from that thing like a balloon he carried under his overcoat.
The peddler made him an offer: he could have the bed free if he could find a way to make it squeak by sunset.
Today, Altair announced that it has partnered with Ziegler-Instruments to enhance its Squeak and Rattle Director (SnRD), making it the most advanced and comprehensive solution on the market to predict and eradicate squeak and rattle phenomena in vehicles, aircraft and other products sensitive to Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH).
Altair's Squeak and Rattle solution decreases the time engineers take to run squeak and rattle analysis by as much as 80%.
Little Squeak, named because of her high-pitched cries, is the first Asian short-clawed otter to be born at the WWT Washington Wetland Centre on the banks of the River Wear.
SHE may be called Little Squeak , but she's something of a big noise.
Well known for its range of find food outlets, two of the most established are Bubble & Squeak delicatessan and cafe, and the more recently opened La Cocina Tapas Restaurant.
Ainsdale moved away from the relegation zone in the Southport Wednesday six-a-side league, as Ste Cartwright proved the difference in their 2-1 squeak past Bayern Bru.
As with all collections, one subject leads on to another, she says, and I discovered that the handkerchief I''d had for years embroidered with a picture of a rabbit bowling a hoop, was Wilfred from the Daily Mirror''s Pip, Squeak and Wilfred cartoon.
Pip, the dog, Squeak his penguin companion and a baby rabbit called Wilfred came from Payne's imagination and continued to delight both children and their parents until its run ended in 1958.
THE floorboards upstairs squeak when we walk on them.
There are five reasons why dolphins have acquired a reputation for intelligence: they have big brains for their size; they can learn tricks; they look as though they are smiling; they seem quite friendly; and they squeak a lot.
Mary, Knowle A Two options I personally would do is either to make a chunky soup out of it or a bubble and squeak.
Tsujimoto (curator of art at the Oakland Museum of California), with art critic Yau, presents this book accompanying a retrospective exhibit of Oakland-based artist Squeak Carnwath.