Stridulous

• (a.) Making a shrill, creaking sound.
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Stridulous

Strid'u¬∑lous adjective [ Latin stridulus . See Strident .] Making a shrill, creaking sound. Sir T. Browne. « The Sarmatian boor driving his stridulous cart.» Longfellow. Stridulous laryngitis (Medicine) , a form of croup, or laryng...
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stridulous

Making a shrill, creaking sound. 'The Sarmatian boor driving his stridulous cart. ... <medicine> ' (Longfellow) Stridulous laryngitis, a form of croup, or laryngitis, in children, associated with dyspnoea, occurring usually at night, and marked by crowing or stridulous breathing. ... Origin: L. Stridulus. See Strident. ... Source: Websters Di...
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stridulous

squeaky
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stridulous

stridulous 1. Making a shrill, creaking sound. 2. Making a small harsh sound or a creaking. Stridulous laryngitis, a form of croup, or laryngitis, in children, associated with dyspnoea, occurring usually at night, and marked by crowing or stridulous breathing.
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stridulous

Type: Term Pronunciation: strid′yū-lŭs Definitions: 1. Having a shrill or creaking sound.
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