- creak «kreek», verb, noun.–v.i.to squeak loudly: »
The hinges on the door creaked because they needed oiling.–v.t.to cause to creak.–n.a creaking noise; squeak: »
The creak in the stairs of the old house was spooky.╂[Middle English creken; apparently imitative]–creak´ing|ly, adverb.
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creak — creak·i·ly; creak·ing·ly; creak; … English syllables
creak — [[t]kri͟ːk[/t]] creaks, creaking, creaked VERB If something creaks, it makes a short, high pitched sound when it moves. The bed springs creaked... The steps creaked beneath his feet. [V adj] The door creaked open... [V ing] ...the creaking stairs … English dictionary
creakingly — creak·ing·ly … English syllables
creaking — creak|ing [ krikıŋ ] noun count or uncount a CREAK … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
Creaking — Creak ing, n. A harsh grating or squeaking sound, or the act of making such a sound. [1913 Webster] Start not at the creaking of the door. Longfellow. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
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