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eek

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Pronunciation: /iːk
 
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Definition of eek in English:

exclamation

informal
Used to express alarm, horror, or surprise: it could be regarded as a bit of a novelty single—eek!
More example sentences
  • Stephen joined us at Caseys (where the scary old man from last time was again… eek!).
  • Sunday morning and I was a little bit worse for wear… we got ready and Katie headed out to pick up Gareth's auntie for a meet the family meal… eek!
  • This was a mistake, the world spun, and I had to hold on to the dresser to stop from falling over, my throat seized up, and brought back those razor blades. eek!

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