Examples of creaky in a Sentence
The new governor promises to work to revive the state's creaky economy.
a computer system that is creaky with age
Recent Examples of creaky from the Web
But there was one big barrier on the road to a new home: that creaky kitchen.
But aside from a tendency to have characters tromp down the creaky movable seating at West of Lenin, the staging has a simplicity that serves the material just fine.
The enormous, creaky sanctuary has significant roof damage.
For at least a decade, the Defense Department has been trying to replace its creaky cadre of Eisenhower-era refueling aircraft — the planes that keep the entire American fleet flying.
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First Known Use of creaky
CREAKY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of creaky for English Language Learners
: making a creaking sound
: no longer working well : old and in bad condition
CREAKY Defined for Kids
Definition of creaky for Students
: making or likely to make a long squeaking or scraping sound creaky stairs
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