creeky

Related to creeky: creaky

creeky

(ˈkriːkɪ)
adj, creekier or creekiest
(Physical Geography) having many creeks
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It is old, creeky and a little cramped in parts, but it is everything you would hope for from a country stay.
Patrick's Day with The Creeky Timbers playing at 8:30 p.m.
Attack and scrum were certainly a little creeky shall we say.Gavin Evans Common sense prevailed at last.
No entry after 11.30pm The Plough, Old Colwyn 01492 515387 Event: Vic Creeky Time: 9pm Cost: Free entry Details: Live Entertainment performing some Acoustic classics!
He related to me how he would climb up on his "creeky" knees those huge cargo or passenger boats wherein many Filipino seamen worked.
HE curse of the disappearing detective tonight, as Creeky closes his last case.
HEY GOOD LOOKING: Matt Raven from Creeky Cauldron gets in training for Monday's walk
Before I knew it, a dozen of us had been seated and strapped into the creeky old lift.
And so we all thought: as the Creek music played across the dimly-lit stage; as Alan, complete with duffle-coat and hood, acted out a Creeky sketch; as Caroline at last declared her passion for him; as she hurled herself into a ravishing snog and the audience went wild...
It smells creeky, like floorboards smell; the closet where it's been jammed smells of bits of stain (duck a l'orange, crab, pork, veal) dried, pressed and set into now napless cloth.
street naming rules Montage:HADYN IBALL IN THE NEWS Re Apostrophes and celebrities earn street name reprieve in Denbighshire Vic Creeky Local government at it''s worse.
David Matthews, proprietor of The Creeky Cauldron in Stratford, does not fit the witch stereo type of black hat and broomstick, but certainly looks ready for Halloween.