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verb as in crawl along, usually on ground

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Since 1984, he has stood each weekday in a suit behind a podium with a sheet of notes and delivered more than 400,000 clues, each a minor daily inoculation against the creep of lies — or whatever you want to call them.

In real life, John Eleuthère du Pont had creeped out Mark from the very beginning.

Although bats may have creeped us out for centuries, their links to emerging infectious diseases are much more recent.

Click on the Google Street View of your house to get creeped out.

Actually, “creeped out” and “disturbed” would be better descriptors for the decidedly mixed reaction.

It was like an alien emoticon, and it creeped me the hell out.

I seed you a-stoopin' down aimin' at somethin', and I jist creeped along a little at a time to see what it was.

Up area steps creeped ancient males and females to do what they had done years and years before.

I creeped into the cave, with a candle, the way I used to do.

Then I summoned almost superhuman strength, and creeped up the stairs and out into the court.

It was a joke, but it gave her a funny, creeped-out feeling.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to creeped, such as: slither, glide, slink, lurk, sneak, and tiptoe.

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