Definition of Squeaked:
make sharp, high-pitched sound
Synonyms of Squeaked:
Opposite/Antonyms of Squeaked:
● Be quiet
Sentence/Example of Squeaked:
It squeaked under his weight, he felt the rungs bow and tremble.
Reginald, having finished his chestnut, squeaked for another.
The little squirrel had squeaked his gladness, and, tail erect, had darted into the grass.
"But why—why—" Mrs. Whitney squeaked and panted, and her breath failed.
The Russian lowered his voice so that it squeaked piercingly like a rusty hinge.
"Or else soon after," squeaked Peppe, who had entered unobserved.
"Your blood be on your own head," he squeaked at last, and rushed out.
I can see him all right,” squeaked little John Fisher, “but he doesn't see me.
The wheels were rusty on the axles, and they squeaked when Russ tried to turn them.
He put them into several positions, and then squeaked it again.