Definition of Squeak:
make sharp, high-pitched sound
Synonyms of Squeak:
Opposite/Antonyms of Squeak:
● Be quiet
Sentence/Example of Squeak:
I thought I'd shouted it, but it sounded just like a squeak.
Anywhere but that rocker, I mean; that's got a squeak in the leg.
"Don't you so much as squeak, Mr. Castro," a voice whispered in my ear.
He had cracked his voice at last, and could only squeak miserably.
You've got two notes at present, and one's a squeak and t'other's a grumble.
How they squeal and squeak and sob when they are in trouble!
He heard the squeak of an opening door and stumbled blindly in its direction.
She gives a squeak and drops it directly, and takes to her heels.
Some rats in the wall began to fight and bite each other, and squeak and scramble.
The notary scuttled out, with something between a snarl and a squeak.