Definition of Squeakiest

1. Adjective. (superlative of squeaky) ¹



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Definition of Squeakiest

1. squeaky [adj] - See also: squeaky

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squeakiest

squawroot
squawroots
squaws
squawweed
squawweeds
squbit
squbits
squeak
squeak by
squeak out
squeak through
squeaked
squeaker
squeakers
squeakier
squeakiest (current term)
squeakily
squeakiness
squeaking
squeakingly
squeaks
squeaky
squeaky-clean
squeaky bum time
squeaky clean
squeaky wheel
squeaky wheel gets the grease
squeal
squeal like a stuck pig
squealed

Literary usage of Squeakiest

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1862)
"... and he cried out in the tiniest, shrillest, squeakiest little voice you ever heard. " Much obliged to you, indeed ; but I don't want it yet. ..."

2. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris, George Grove (1862)
"... he hopped upon Tom's finger, and sat there as bold as nine tailors ; and he cried out in the tiniest, shrillest, squeakiest little voice you ever heard, ..."

3. Scottish Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century by Henry Grey Graham (1901)
"... and intellectual alertness, would keep the talk at its best, and Lord Elibank, the Jacobite, would utter quaint paradoxes in the squeakiest of voices. ..."

4. Scottish Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century by Henry Grey Graham (1908)
"... and intellectual alertness, would keep the talk at its best, and Lord Elibank, the Jacobite, would utter quaint paradoxes in the squeakiest of voices. ..."

5. Memories of an Old Actor by Walter Moore Leman (1886)
"... queerest, squeakiest little man that I had ever seen. He made everybody laugh who saw him, and has kept them laughing ever since. ..."

6. My Autobiography and Reminiscences by William Powell Frith (1888)
"Here," said Heath, in the squeakiest voice I ever heard —" here is a lovely story by my lady—' Ianthe of Nismes.' Read it—you will be delighted. ..."

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