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creak to make, or move with, a grating or squeaking noise, as a chair under the stress of a person's weight. [3 definitions]
creaky making or likely to make a creaking noise. [2 definitions]
cream the part of whole milk that contains butterfat. [14 definitions]
cream cheese a rich, soft, smooth white cheese made of milk and sometimes cream, and not ripened.
creamer a small container that holds cream for serving. [3 definitions]
creamery a place such as a farm dairy, processing plant, or business establishment where dairy products are processed or sold.
cream of tartar a white powdery substance used in baking powder and food preparations, and in tinning metal; potassium bitartrate.
cream of the crop the best one.
cream puff a light pastry shell with a whipped cream or custard filling.
cream sauce a white sauce of flour, butter, and milk or cream cooked together.
cream soda a soft drink, lightly colored, of vanilla flavor.
creamy creamlike in taste, consistency, or appearance; smooth-textured. [2 definitions]
crease a groove or fold, produced by heat or pressure. [6 definitions]
creaseless combined form of crease.
create to bring into being. [3 definitions]
creatine a compound found in muscle primarily as phosphocreatine, which supplies energy for muscle contraction. Creatine can be taken as a dietary supplement.
creatinine a waste product produced in muscle from the breakdown of creatine. Elevated levels in blood indicate impaired kidney function.
creation the act of creating or of causing something to exist. [3 definitions]
creationism the doctrine that the world, life, and matter were created out of nothing by an omnipotent god, rather than that they evolved from other forms. [2 definitions]
creation science a form of creationism that opposes the scientific theory of evolution, holding that the origin of the universe as related in the Bible can be proved scientifically.
creative capable of inventing or producing something original or imaginative. [2 definitions]