Definition of Cheeped

1. Verb. (past of cheep) ¹



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Definition of Cheeped

1. cheep [v] - See also: cheep

Lexicographical Neighbors of Cheeped

cheekful
cheekfuls
cheekier
cheekiest
cheekily
cheekiness
cheekinesses
cheeking
cheekless
cheekpiece
cheekpieces
cheeks
cheeky
cheeky monkey
cheep
cheeped (current term)
cheeper
cheepers
cheeping
cheeps
cheer
cheer on
cheer up
cheere
cheered
cheerer
cheerer-upper
cheerers
cheerest
cheereth

Literary usage of Cheeped

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1901)
"On the first day one turned its head towards the cheep of another in a separate compartment of the incubator and cheeped as if in response ; a third, ..."

2. Red, Yellow and Black: Tales of Indians, Chinese and Africans by Sophia Blanche Lyon Fahs (1918)
""Tiny chicks a few hours old and new ducklings from the duck pond in West Park, funny little bunches of fuzz, cheeped- cheeped and tumbled about her pillows ..."

3. The Celtic Monthly: A Magazine for Highlanders (1908)
"cheeped the little hunchbacked weaver from his corner. ... cheeped the weaver in a nervous voice. " Why, yes, plenty of them, a score of times," laughed the ..."

4. Travels in Alaska by John Muir (1915)
"with jaws absurdly stretched to emit so thin a note — rusty-looking, seedy fellows, also a smaller striped species which stood erect and cheeped and ..."

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