Meaning of creaky
Pronunciation: (krē'kē), [key]
— creak•i•er, creak•i•est.
- creaking or apt to creak: a creaky stairway.
- run-down; dilapidated: a creaky shack.
- (of the voice) produced by vibration of a small portion of the vocal cords while the arytenoid cartilages are held together, with little breath being released; laryngealized.
- creaky (Thesaurus)