The songs, which have creaky titles like “All that Razz” and “Hooray for What's-not-good,” are belted out with pitchy gusto.
And when Bush misled our nation into war, the creaky old son of the coalfields gave his greatest roar.
We'll pay a hundred dollars an hour to sit in a creaky chair.
In his creaky bed in the old boarding house, he again sought to think, but in vain.
Mr Verloc heard the creaky plank in the floor, and was content.
Then your Father jumped up and walked hard on the creaky floor.
Then he shaped with his mouth to use that and not the stairs, for the stairs were creaky.
I knocked and entered so sharply that the door-bolt, a thin, creaky old thing, gave way.
Lovers now-a-days are much too middle-aged, and their joints are creaky.
The expression tickled him into a creaky, croaky sort of laugh.