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And he just so happens to be the hardest-working spook on the planet.

Few people knew better than Orson Welles how to spook an entire country.

Authorities in Moscow claim to have arrested an American spook wearing wigs and carrying an incriminating letter.

A third test will, therefore, further spook nervous allies and create a new sense of vulnerability among Americans.

From suave Jack Ryan to smarmy Eugene Kittridge, potential candidates for America's next top spook.

More than with the "spook," however, was the public mind agitated by other rumors which touched upon "south meadow."

A speck is a minute spot, and among the ancients a speck or dot within a circle was the symbol of the central Spook or Spectre.

It gets me what she was doing in that spook place alone at night.

How do you connect this gentlemanly spook with the treasure, your Excellency?

I think there is more in this spook story than Colonel McClure knows of, or, at least, will admit.

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On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spook, such as: alarm, discomfort, horrify, panic, petrify, and startle.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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