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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • intransitive verb To screech; shriek.
  • intransitive verb To creak.
  • noun A screech; a shriek.
  • noun A creak.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • verb To utter a sharp, shrill sound or outcry; scream or screech; also, to creak, as a door or wheel.
  • noun A creaking; a screech; a creaking sound.


  • She did not run against chairs nor move a stool so that the legs emitted a "screak" of agony, and she could sit still for an hour at a time if she had a book.

  • Behold, I will screak under you as a wain screaketh that is laden with hay.

  • She made it screak; she made it wail; she set her own teeth on edge with the horrid discords she drew from it.

  • Then only the distant rumble of the Elevated Railroad could be heard occasionally, or the far, seaward whistle of some steamer, or the scrape and screak of a street-car.

  • The front gate screaked, a slow, timid, almost furtive sort of screak, and then banged suddenly shut as though it despaired of further concealment.


The word 'screak' comes from an Icelandic word meaning 'to screech'.

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