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creaky in Colours & sounds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcreakycreak‧y /ˈkriːki/ adjective  1 CSOUNDsomething such as a door, floor, or bed that is creaky creaks when you open it, walk on it, sit on it etc, especially because it is old and not in good condition creaky stairs2 an organization, company etc that is creaky uses old-fashioned methods and does not work very well creaky state-owned factoriescreakily adverbcreakiness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
creakyHe kept his jeans and sweaters in a plastic suitcase under the creaky bed.a creaky national telephone systemWhen they are successful a bell rings and a mechanical buddha lights up and makes a creaky obeisance.I descend the narrow, creaky staircase and notice another public-service-law-oriented program on the lower floors.