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squeaky

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsqueakysqueak‧y /ˈskwiːki/ adjective  1 HIGH POSITION OR RANKmaking very high noises that are not loud a squeaky voice squeaky floorboardssee thesaurus at high2 squeaky cleansqueakily adverbsqueakiness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
squeakyHe's had a throat infection for over a week and his voice has gone squeaky.Her voice is kind of high and squeaky.This door needs oiling - it's very squeaky.His voice, he thought, sounded curiously squeaky.The speaker was squeaky, but I could make out what was being said.The beginning of the main strip in Shelbyville is a squeaky clean residential area.a squeaky doorThe toy, the squeaky duck or whatever, will be offered to him by the smiling child.If you have a squeaky little voice, people tend not to listen to your ideas.Around the corner, their classmates practiced pulling small-fry violin bows across squeaky strings.Union Sundown appear to share their guitars and their squeaky vocal style but their songs are longer and have a grittier tone.a band with a squeaky vocal styleSomething about his rubbery features and squeaky voice trigger my cootie detector.
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