adjective, creak·i·er, creak·i·est.
Related formscreak·i·ly, adverbcreak·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for creaky
And when Bush misled our nation into war, the creaky old son of the coalfields gave his greatest roar.
The songs, which have creaky titles like “All that Razz” and “Hooray for What's-not-good,” are belted out with pitchy gusto.
We'll pay a hundred dollars an hour to sit in a creaky chair.
Myron mounted a creaky stairway guiltless of carpet and found himself in a narrow hall from which four doors opened.Full-Back Foster|Ralph Henry Barbour
He hobbled up the creaky steps with his club-foot, and knocked timidly at the door.The Goose Man|Jacob Wassermann
Then came a nervous shuffling of boots on the creaky boards.The Border Legion|Zane Grey
Then he shaped with his mouth to use that and not the stairs, for the stairs were creaky.W. A. G.'s Tale|Margaret Turnbull
Thorndyke asked, as the cabman's footsteps faded away in a creaky diminuendo.The Mystery of 31 New Inn|R. Austin Freeman