from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Characterized by squeaking tones: a squeaky voice.
- adj. Tending to squeak: squeaky shoes.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Tending to produce a high-pitched sound or squeak.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Squeaking; inclined to squeak.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having or making a high-pitched sound such as that made by a mouse or a rusty hinge
I never truly understood the term "squeaky clean" until then.
The expression "squeaky clean" was made for Bicester; there are no "For Sale" signs or "We take American Express/MasterCard" stickers in store windows.
(Having spent his political career in squeaky clean Chicago, the Senator believes that vote fraud is a myth.)
Who are the 35 to 39 that still support bush? the only people i see with bush bumper stickers are old ladies and dudes in squeaky clean 4×4s. are there that many?
We also found that some of the buttons were a little "squeaky" - not a problem we've encountered with Panasonic remotes before.
The transition takes just a few months and there are only infrequent pitch breaks the kinder way to refer to the squeaky sounds.
I want to say that I am surprised that the so-called squeaky clean football program isn't -- but I'm not.
Cyrus 'speaking voice is deep instead of squeaky, which is usually a plus.
In this land of 10,000 lakes (actually 11,842), anything now goes in what used to be known as a squeaky clean state, politically.
Do I want the great plumber who might pad his bill a little and tells a lie now and then or the so-called squeaky clean, honest, upright mediocre plumber who is constantly telling me what a lousy guy the other plumber is?
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