And it was the most that could squeak through a filibuster- hobbled Senate.
Shapard, the pollster, predicts Lankford will just squeak by with a narrow majority.
The streets are filled with deaf and dumb as I squeak like a mouse, ‘There’s a Communist living in the White House!
Kate Middleton revealed today that her nickname at junior school was 'squeak' - after the school guinea pig.
If you keep quiet, you can squeak through without having to reveal your views.
You can "squeak" over them if you happen to strike the channel.
Some rats in the wall began to fight and bite each other, and squeak and scramble.
And this I vow, that if again you squeak I will have you tried as being an abettor of this treason.'
There was a squeak—the first sound they had heard—from the wounded monster.
There was more argument, and, after a time, the rattle and buzz and squeak began again.
late 14c., probably of imitative origin, similar to Middle Swedish skväka "to squeak, croak." Related: Squeaked; squeaking. The noun is from 1660s; sense of "narrow escape" is from 1822.