stridulous

adjective
strid·u·lous | \ˈstri-jə-ləs \

Definition of stridulous 

: making a shrill creaking sound

Other Words from stridulous

stridulously adverb

First Known Use of stridulous

1611, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for stridulous

Latin stridulus, from stridere, stridēre

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stridulous

adjective
strid·u·lous | \ˈstrij-ə-ləs \

Medical Definition of stridulous 

: characterized by stridor stridulous breathing

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