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Squeal vs. Squeak

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Squealnoun

A high-pitched sound, such as the scream of a child, or noisy worn-down brake pads.

Squeaknoun

A short, high-pitched sound, as of two objects rubbing together, or the calls of small animals.

Squealnoun

The cry of a pig.

Squeaknoun

(games) A card game similar to group solitaire.

Squealverb

(ambitransitive) To scream with a shrill, prolonged sound.

Squeaknoun

(slang) A narrow squeak.

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Squealverb

To give sensitive information about someone to a third party; to rat on someone.

Squeakverb

(intransitive) To emit a short, high-pitched sound.

Squealverb

To cry with a sharp, shrill, prolonged sound, as certain animals do, indicating want, displeasure, or pain.

Squeakverb

To inform, to squeal.

Squealverb

To turn informer; to betray a secret.

Squeakverb

(transitive) To speak or sound in a high-pitched manner.

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Squealnoun

A shrill, sharp, somewhat prolonged cry.

Squeakverb

To empty the pile of 13 cards a player deals to oneself in the card game of the same name.

Squealnoun

a high-pitched howl

Squeakverb

To win or progress by a narrow margin.

Squealverb

utter a high-pitched cry, characteristic of pigs

Squeakverb

To utter a sharp, shrill cry, usually of short duration; to cry with an acute tone, as an animal; or, to make a sharp, disagreeable noise, as a pipe or quill, a wagon wheel, a door; to creak.

‘Who can endure to hear one of the rough old Romans squeaking through the mouth of an eunuch?’; ‘Zoilus calls the companions of Ulysses the "squeaking pigs" of Homer.’;

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Squealverb

confess to a punishable or reprehensible deed, usually under pressure

Squeakverb

To break silence or secrecy for fear of pain or punishment; to speak; to confess.

‘If he be obstinate, put a civil question to him upon the rack, and he squeaks, I warrant him.’;

Squeaknoun

A sharp, shrill, disagreeable sound suddenly uttered, either of the human voice or of any animal or instrument, such as is made by carriage wheels when dry, by the soles of leather shoes, or by a pipe or reed.

Squeaknoun

a short high-pitched noise;

‘the squeak of of shoes on powdery snow’;

Squeaknoun

something achieved (or escaped) by a narrow margin

Squeakverb

make a high-pitched, screeching noise;

‘The door creaked when I opened it slowly’;

Squeak

Squeak is an object-oriented, class-based, and reflective programming language. It was derived from Smalltalk-80 by a group that included some of Smalltalk-80's original developers, initially at Apple Computer, then at Walt Disney Imagineering, where it was intended for use in internal Disney projects.

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