creepy


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creepy

mod. eerie; frightening. I have this creepy feeling that someone is just this very moment reading something that I wrote.
References in classic literature ?
Harvey, jammed among the fishermen, felt a creepy, crawly, tingling thrill that began in the back of his neck and ended at his boots.
Mowgli heard it rumble, and rise, and fall, and die off in a creepy sort of whine behind him, and laughed to himself as he ran through the Jungle.
asked his companion, with a creepy premonition of something coming, he knew not why.
There was an almost creepy stillness, and then the unnerved Galloway called out sharply:
The darkness that surrounds you has a creepy, tangible quality that gives Black Mirror an appealing atmosphere.
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Yes, it's a rather creepy question, and yet one Korean company thought it relevant enough to build an app around it.
Title: Night of the creepy carnival Author: George Ivanoff Publisher: Random House Australia, 2015
Creepy, "killer" clowns cropped up in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida and then across the country--drawing community concerns and headlines in the local news.
Over the last few weeks, the number of creepy clown sightings have come down, with people wondering what happened to them.
The vast majority of people have at least one creepy colleague and some cringeworthy stories to boot.
CREEPY clowns planning on scaring children this Halloween could face police action.
23 -- Creepy Clown Craze: sightings across Britain triggers little laughter and more anxiety
Now the Americans have sent us something back - the creepy clown.
Social media users also have claimed creepy clowns have been spotted on Coburg Road near McKenzie View Drive, and in the town of Coburg.