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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcreakcreak /kriːk/ ●○○ verb [intransitive]  CSOUNDif something such as a door, wooden floor, old bed, or stair creaks, it makes a long high noise when someone opens it, walks on it, sits on it etc The floorboards creaked as she walked across the room. The door creaked open.see thesaurus at soundcreak noun [countable]→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
creakListen with the ears of psychohistory, and you will hear the creaking.In the hall the flooboards creaked and the walls were damp.Meanwhile, that part of the building shifted, rising and falling with the seasons, and the floors creaked constantly.Elsewhere in the financial system, the creaking noises are getting louder.Down the street a gate creaked open then snapped shut.The key clicked inside the lock and the door creaked open.Then the gate creaked, setting off a drumroll in his heart.Old panelling, creaking stairways and sloping floors remain.The F2B creaked through a 180-degree turn and began photographing another strip.The sky was clear, the stars were beautiful and the snow creaked underfoot.