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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of eep.
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The sudden vibration of her Blackberry took her by surprise, and she audibly "eeped" when it started moving across the surface of her desk calendar.
Clouds made him happy and so did birds and rolling down grassy hills and spending time with the apple-shouldered woman who eeped.
I adore that Jules has created this wonderful sunflower; I eeped when ...
I adore that Jules has created this wonderful sunflower; I eeped when I opened the handmade envelope.