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Synonyms for squeaking

having or making a high-pitched sound such as that made by a mouse or a rusty hinge

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sup][5] Nevertheless, explanations for hip squeaking are still limited.
I RECKON the most annoying problem you can have with your house is also the most innocuous - squeaking floorboards and staircases.
Squeaking is somewhat common in ceramic-on-ceramic total hip replacement.
The catfish use the squeaking sound to warn of predators and during competition between members of the species.
Like most of his colleagues in the field, he recommends a wait-and-see approach unless the squeaking is accompanied by more serious complications.
Squeaking and creaking noise from selected components of two stationary three-seat bare sofa frames, one with glue applied to joints and the other one with no glue applied, were evaluated by subjecting them to the General Services Administration performance tests.
If you're driving down the street and something is rattling or squeaking, the perception is that the vehicle is of poor quality," he said.
Have someone walk up and down the stairs while you're underneath, so you can pinpoint the exact stairs that are squeaking and, hopefully, the exact spots where the squeaks are occurring.
Finding the squeak can be difficult, but if the squeaking floor is open from below, you're in luck.
Ultra high molecular weight (UHMW) polyethylene films offer protection when two metal substrates come in contact, causing squeaking and wear.
MY brake pedal is squeaking when pressure is applied.
THERE was a funny squeaking noise on the radio the other day.
After squeaking out a 102-minute sudden-death march to eliminate Salesian of Los Angeles in the semifinals, Paraclete's seniors weren't about to let fatigue deflate them after three consecutive second-round losses cut those seasons short.
Then last week I was woken up by a strange, high-pitched squeaking noise.