- 1A person or thing that squeaks: children blowing party squeakersMore example sentences
- In the Campo Raffaele, this visitor to Venice watched from her apartment a procession of children singing and blowing tin trumpets and squeakers like rude tongues.
- The girls got tiaras with ‘Happy New Year’ written on them, plastic leis and squeakers, and the guys got ‘Happy New Year’ hats and squeakers.
- This made sense considering what this animal has digested in the past: tampons, toilet paper rolls, q-tips, entire stuffed animals with squeakers, and one iBook power cord.
- 1.1chiefly British A young pigeon: [as modifier]: the pigeon society has made £1,800 from two squeaker salesMore example sentences
- I often kept squeakers (baby pigeons) I'd stolen from nests high in the gutters of blocks of flats and two-storey houses'
- 2 • informal , chiefly North American A competition or election won or likely to be won by a narrow margin: it looks like it will be a squeaker which could go either wayMore example sentences
- Lou, it isn't just the presidential race that's the squeaker here.
- My gut feeling at the moment, which is almost as worthless as the polls, is that the first half of the ballot will be a squeaker, hinging on which side is more motivated to actually cast ballots.
- The Clansmen won a squeaker on December 16, 2001 in Tacoma Washington defeating the University of Puget Sound 78-77.
More definitions of squeakerDefinition of squeaker in:
- The US English dictionary