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Definition of squeaker

squeaker

noun

  • (n., adj.) A fart which is short in duration, high in pitch, and usually does not smell. It is the result of tight or strangely angled butt cheeks.
    I just let a squeaker go.(or by itself) Squeaker!

    Last edited on Jan 17 2002. Submitted by Steve G. from Massachusetts, USA on Jan 17 2002.

  • particularly parsimonious miser. Origin: taken from the derogatory aphorism "He's so tight he squeaks when he walks."

    Last edited on May 12 2003. Submitted by Terrilynn Q. on May 12 2003.

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