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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of squeak.


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  • But then, my brain squeaked out, Miss Davenport probably uses logic all the time.


  • She was sitting in a rocking chair which "squeaked" -- her smartly shod foot resting on a pale blue rose -- the pale blue rose being in the carpet.

    The Visioning

  • Blears, 2'11 ", squeaked," While my first love is obviously politics, not many people know that my second is amateur dramatics.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • However, even if you choose to describe it as 'squeaked', the SNP did win the 2007 Scottish election and Alex Salmond was elected First Minister.

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  • "Ya'as, yer'd better make er hurry," squeaked "Little Jim," from his perch in the window, "fer Mandy Calline's spectin 'her beau ter-night."

    Southern Lights and Shadows

  • Whereupon the ambitious violinist had begged permission of its owner to use an empty corncrib at the foot of the "long orchard," as a music-room, and there "squeaked" as long and as loud as she pleased.

    Dorothy's Travels

  • Tsongas just kind of squeaked through the primary since the vote was so split up. by: you @ soon

    Swing State Project

  • "I just come over really hard at the end and kind of squeaked through," Bell said. News

  • He has absolutely no voice left (although I don't think voice was really ever the selling point for any of his songs) and just kind of squeaked through "Get Down Tonight."

    Rochester City Newspaper

  • "The puck just kind of squeaked between (Elliott's) arm and lucky enough I got it before it went in and then we get the goal by (Kovalev)," said Spezza, who now has three goals in nine games after scoring just once in his first 20 games.

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