squeak noun

ADJ. little | high, high-pitched

VERB + SQUEAK give, let out | hear

PREP. with a ~ The door opened with a squeak. | ~ of She gave a little squeak of surprise.

PHRASES not a squeak (figurative) ‘Have you heard from them?’ ‘Not a squeak since yesterday.’ | the squeak of rubber the squeak of rubber soles on the wooden floor | a squeak of surprise > Note at SOUND