chirk

[ UK /t‍ʃˈɜːk/ ]
VERB
  1. make a shrill creaking, squeaking, or noise, as of a door, mouse, or bird
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How To Use chirk In A Sentence

  • The gluttony. chirky: Maybe, right now, loving them is the best thing y ... eddo: Cody, Gas is now 2.85 here!! Posted Note
  • I think I'm going to make it this weeke ... chirky: Ummmm, you can drop some of that quiche off at my ... eddo: I agree. Posted Note
  • And you know what I told you about mourners chirking up, after the first blow! When Egypt Went Broke
  • You know what I'm addic ... chirky: Where's the part about friends who come to cheer ... eddo: Thanks Leann! Posted Note
  • Now, you chirk up, Boston, and smile and try to be a good sport, or I'll work you over and make a man out of you. The Long Chance
  • Mr. Haynes told me that if I would "chirk up" he would give me his elk teeth. Letters on an Elk Hunt
  • On your point about abstinence, ther ... chirky: Maybe, right now, loving them is the best thing y ... eddo: Cody, Gas is now 2.85 here!! Posted Note
  • There were plenty on the lawn around the Sagamore Club that dewy June morning, chirping, chirking, trilling, repeating their endless arias from tree and gate-post. A Young Man in a Hurry and Other Short Stories
  • Almost Kenny could see him chirking up into insolence and the pertness of a bird. Kenny
  • We were in the very centre of a prairie-dog town, but before I could formulate in my mind the probabilities of holes and broken legs, the chirk, chirk, chirking had fallen astern. Arizona Nights
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