adjective, squeak·i·er, squeak·i·est.
Related formssqueak·i·ly, adverbsqueak·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for squeaky
Rusty and squeaky, in need of maintenance and oil, the tank had not lost its destructive skills.
Next to their squeaky counterparts these silent wheels roll right through the cracks.
I lifted her as high as I could midway up the slide and eased her down with a big, squeaky “wheeeeeeeeeeeeeee.”
Their squeaky clean image has been excessively buffered through the years, even after the band broke up.98 Degrees Released a New Song About Their Penises|Kevin Fallon|March 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Cutting abruptly through the noise, I heard a congenially familiar sound: the squeaky voice of Freddy Catesby.
There was a plaintive whine in the spluttering, squeaky voice.Fifth Avenue|Arthur Bartlett Maurice
The man in the bed suddenly uttered a squeaky groan and opened his eyes.Sixes and Sevens|O. Henry
It was Nurse's voice, very much higher and squeaky and more exalted than usual.The Story of the Amulet|E. Nesbit
At one end sat a wrinkled and grizzled old man playing a squeaky fiddle.Up the Mazaruni for Diamonds|William La Varre
He has a squeaky whistle and a birdlike call, each of which it is difficult to describe.The Rocky Mountain Wonderland|Enos A. Mills