- creakcreakedcreakilygwichianambell wendid
Noun(1) a squeaking sound
Verb(1) make a high-pitched, screeching noise
(1) I heard gates creak open as I hugged a pillow to my ears.(2) A high-pitched creak sounded, and I craned my neck as far as I could to see what this seaman looked like.(3) The heavy fabric blocked the sound of the thunder, and a creak outside my door was now audible.(4) A muffled creak sounded from outside the walls of Feye's bedroom.(5) When he heard the creak in the floorboards he didn't even bother to look up.(6) the creak of a floorboard broke the silence(7) There was a creak of a floorboard, and the hairs on the back of her neck rose.(8) the system started to creak(9) Already, by 1963, the dollar had begun to creak under the strains of deepening economic contradictions.(10) Police have warned they have a duty to stop people en route if the country begins to creak under the strain.(11) A creak sounded, and a rope ladder unfurled from an unseen source.(12) A slight creak echoed in that same side street and a dark figure ascended from the ground as if rising from the dead.(13) I was brought out of my reverie by the creak of a floorboard behind me.(14) Systems that had been slapped together creak , then crash.(15) The only sound was the occasional creak of the weathered ropes straining to hold out weight.(16) Under her feet, she could hear the wooden stairs creak .
2. squeak ::
3. grate ::
4. rasp ::
5. groan ::
6. complain ::
Different Formscreak, creaked, creakily, creaking, creaks, creaky
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