Characterized by squeaking tones: a squeaky voice. (adjective)
Tending to squeak: squeaky shoes. (adjective)
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Use "squeaky" in a sentence
"I never truly understood the term "squeaky clean" until then."
"The expression "squeaky clean" was made for Bicester; there are no "For Sale" signs or "We take American Express/MasterCard" stickers in store windows."
"(Having spent his political career in squeaky clean Chicago, the Senator believes that vote fraud is a myth.)"