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  • n. Plural form of pip-squeak.

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Examples

  • And manga, unlike most American comics, isn't reserved for freaks, geeks, and pip-squeaks.

    Japan, Ink: Inside the Manga Industrial Complex

  • Julia and Brian and the older kids had proved themselves more than capable of looking out for the pip-squeaks.

    Step on a Crack

  • The position was downhill from the Huns, and they kept sending over and down a continuous stream of "pip-squeaks", "whiz-bangs", and

    A Yankee in the Trenches

  • Marias, 'and' pip-squeaks 'and' whizz-bangs, 'the infantry bloke ain't got a chanst.

    Mud and Khaki Sketches from Flanders and France

  • He only puts his crumps and pip-squeaks just where he thinks (or knows) our batteries are, and our infantry want to be, and our horses would be likely to be (if they weren't somewhere else).

    Letters to Helen Impressions of an Artist on the Western Front

  • They were going back to the trenches after a spell in a rest-camp, to the same old business of whizz-bangs and pip-squeaks, and dugouts, and the smell of wet clay and chloride of lime, and the life of earth-men who once belonged to

    Now It Can Be Told

  • "It belongs to those measly pip-squeaks?" said Robert.

    The Slowcoach

  • "We were little pip-squeaks, and it was so polished," she jokes.

    Web Section

  • Those who were there will doubtless well remember the group of Officers being assembled just behind the Arras-B├ęthune road, in full view of the German lines, under the French Brigade Major, who was acting as guide, when the Hun gunners, not being able to let such an opportunity slip, at once put over a few "pip-squeaks," and we discovered with a considerable amount of pleasure, that our gallant Allies were just about as good in getting to ground as ourselves, if not a trifle better.

    The Sherwood Foresters in the Great War 1914 - 1919 History of the 1/8th Battalion

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