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  • interjection eek; the sound of a mouse.
  • interjection eek; an exclamation of terror.


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  • Though lemon-lips the CCC isn't necessarily a rabbit, so I'm still with you on that one.... yeek!

    An Easterly Wind is Blowing

  • Just in the time I've been home I've started playing 'Return To Castle Wolfenstein', 'Black and White', 'The Devil Inside', and goddess help me, I've started on 'The Sims' again ... yeek ...


  • Little Fuzzy took the piece of golden-brown cake, sniffed at it, gave a delighted yeek and crammed the whole piece in his mouth.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • Suddenly he gave a yeek of petulance and scampered into the living room.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • As soon as he saw Pappy Vic, he gave a desperate yeek of appeal.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • The Fuzzies were still swaying and yeek-ing plaintively.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • It took an hour, after dinner, to get the whole story, from the first little yeek in the shower stall, on tape.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • Each time he finished a pattern, he would yeek happily to call attention to it, sit and look at it for a while, and then take it apart and start a new one.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • There was a loud crash from beyond the open door, and an alarmed yeek, followed by more crashing and thumping and Fuzzy cries of distress.

    The Fuzzy Papers

  • He gave a yeek that couldn't possibly by anything but "Eureka!" and promptly took it off, holding itup.

    The Fuzzy Papers


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