pip-squeak


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pip-squeak

(pĭp′skwēk′)
n. Informal
One that is small or insignificant.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pip-squeak - someone who is small and insignificant
nobody, nonentity, cypher, cipher - a person of no influence

pip-squeak

noun
Informal. A totally insignificant person:
Informal: zero.
Slang: shrimp, zilch.
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"I can not only bet, I can close to guarantee you that your party is going to be a little pip-squeak party after May 7 compared to the Liberal Democrats."
I cannot only bet, I can close to guarantee you that your party is going to be a little pip-squeak party after May 7 compared to the Liberal Democrats" Nick Clegg challenges a Ukip candidate "I've been told 'no' so many times in my career.
Presuming the images haven't been doctored, the former teen pip-squeak - or maybe that should be pop-squeak - appears to have been hitting the gym hard and has been hitting the gym hard and has transformed himself into a muscle-transformed himself into a musclebound, tattoed hunk.
The characters were supposedly named by Payne after his wartime batman who went by the nickname "Pip-Squeak".
His cartoon first appeared on May The characters were supposedly named by Payne after his wartime batman who went by the nickname Pip-Squeak.
I can't understand why most Japanese manufacturers insist on fitting a pip-squeak horn to all their cars short of big saloons.
I can't understand why most Japanese manufacturers insist on fitting a pip-squeak horn to all their cars short of big saloons Another gripe is the split rear screen, which though less intrusive than the earlier model's, still restricts visibility.
* At 55 Clinton Street, the woman's fashion store Pip-Squeak Chateau signed a 5-year lease for 300 s/f of retail space.