Definition of Squeak through

1. Verb. Escape. "She squeaked by me"

Exact synonyms: Squeak By
Generic synonyms: Go Across, Go Through, Pass



Lexicographical Neighbors of Squeak Through

squawlike
squawling
squawls
squawman
squawmen
squawroot
squawroots
squaws
squawweed
squawweeds
squbit
squbits
squeak
squeak by
squeak out
squeak through (current term)
squeaked
squeaker
squeakers
squeakier
squeakiest
squeakily
squeakiness
squeaking
squeakingly
squeaks
squeaky
squeaky-clean
squeaky bum time
squeaky clean

Literary usage of Squeak through

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Outing (1893)
"Then came miles on miles of the usual rock road, varied by a fiendish short cut, which made us slither and squeak through sticky mud and puddles of water ..."

2. Potter's American Monthly (1877)
"... feeling the influence of the cider-brandy, and knowing the superstition of the negro race, out of pure mischief gave a squeak through the fingers held ..."

3. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Alexander Chalmers, Samuel Johnson (1810)
"... brins a thousand pair of doves To bill, to coo, to whine, to squeak, Through all the dialects of О reck. Him- many swains of classic breed, Shall deftly ..."

4. Today's Short Stories Analyzed: An Informal Encyclopedia of Short Story Art by Robert Wilson Neal (1918)
"166. " Here," he said. " Get men. Cut it open." 167. The old man emitted a squeak through the side of his withered mouth. The peering eyes took on the drab ..."

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