creeping

[ kree-ping ]SEE DEFINITION OF creeping

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CREEPING

He shared it with bats and all sorts of creeping insects but this he did not mind.

She was aware of the creeping fret, the poisons and obstructions of decay.

Inch by inch the brave son of Hanover was creeping up on Lauzanne.

So fearless were they, that they made nothing of creeping in among the folds of his garments.

The Southern sharpshooters, creeping from tree to tree, began to fire.

Junipers were creeping stealthily in, as if expecting the axe.

Tongues had been creeping up the rivers that ran into the Amazon.

And solidly the wall of devils was creeping up from every side.

We may note here the creeping in of changes which led to father-right.

Like a wounded animal she was creeping away from it and hating it.

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