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  • adv. With a squeaking sound.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a squeaking manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a squeaking manner; with a squeaky voice; squeakily.


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squeaking +‎ -ly


  • Such critiques seem to me astounding, not only because the text is rife with nods and allusions to epic and Homer, but because it reveals such narrow mindedness on the part of the reviewer, such a closed approach, not a seeking and curious approach, but one of squeakingly narrow proportions.

    Alice Notley, Part 3

  • Not because the lung-squeakingly pure air is giving you an increased appetite or making you thirsty, you understand.


  • The item I'm featuring today comes straight from the local farmers' market - squeakingly fresh and impossible to resist, perfectly sized bundles of just picked asparagus.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • He corrected aloud, his voice rising squeakingly high.

    Flight in Yiktor

  • We like them far better than the majority of the more elaborate, infinitely conceited, narrow-minded, squeakingly-witty essays with which the country has been of late visited for its sins from the Country Parson and his disciples.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol 2, No 6, December 1862 Devoted to Literature and National Policy

  • Babiche, cramped and shaken from her day and night of travel, poked her snubby nose from under the traveling coat and sniffed and squeakingly yawned.

    Little Miss By-The-Day

  • A tinny machine, in need of paint, short of oil, braked squeakingly as

    Rimrock Trail

  • "Spirited Away" is a childrens 'movie that is less built on the quality of its artwork and more on its ideas: Small bugs that squeakingly carry heavy pieces of coal to the fire, or a fat rat with huge saucer eyes that is flown around by a panting fly.

    GhibliWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • Along with Julie Legrand, who makes a squeakingly lascivious Miss Prism (her low moan at the word "pagan" suggests a lifetime of suppressed cavorting), Herbert gives one of the performances of the evening.

    Culture |

  • They will find the "hamster wheel of promotion" quite enjoyable, squeakingly overjoyed to be paid peanuts, and will eat their own poo as a matter of course - something which the Spice Girls always cut up quite rough about.

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