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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of squeak.


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  • It is mostly beeps and squeaks from the many robots and objects they interact with.

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  • Any thing that creeps and squeaks is fair in a game of Crawly Combat.

    Boing Boing

  • Everything seemed ok apart from when you used the left hand directional control, it "squeaks" - didnt feel as positive as the other directions, but worked ok.

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  • What I hear from bat-squeaks is that it’s not a big deal on economic substance, and that admin officials hope it will clear the way for some modest job-creation efforts.

    Matthew Yglesias » Non-Security

  • Fast forward to the championship year with varied defenses, fast breaks mixed with an efficient half-court offense, balanced scoring and gobs of lobs, and recall the squeaks about not having a "go-to" guy.


  • Fishes can produce no voice, for they have no lungs, nor windpipe and pharynx; but they emit certain inarticulate sounds and squeaks, which is what is called their ‘voice’, as the lyra or gurnard, and the sciaena (for these fishes make a grunting kind of noise) and the caprus or boar-fish in the river Achelous, and the chalcis and the cuckoo-fish; for the chalcis makes a sort piping sound, and the cuckoo-fish makes a sound greatly like the cry of the cuckoo, and is nicknamed from the circumstance.

    The History of Animals

  • Her victories were downplayed to pitiful 'squeaks'.

    Obama camp: Clinton not looking for a deal

  • Things I love about Chris: his adorable little eyes ... like a stray sad puppy, I love how he kind of squeaks when he laughs, I love his kiss, I love how he uses big words, I love the way he smells, I love how we can be ourselves around each other, I love how snuggly he is ...

    bloodwork36 Diary Entry

  • Subdued by such considerations, Tasmin went back to where Jim rested on his blanket—Monty had begun to emit a few little mouse squeaks, meaning he was hungry, so Tasmin took him from Little Onion and sat down cross-legged and fed him.

    The Berrybender Narratives

  • My neighbor's wife just kind of squeaks and sighs, but

    Boy Genius Report


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