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synonyms for spooked

  • alarm
  • discomfort
  • horrify
  • panic
  • petrify
  • startle
  • terrify
  • unnerve
  • curdle the blood
  • make one's blood run cold
  • make one's teeth chatter
  • scare away
  • scare stiff
  • scare the pants off of
  • scare to death
  • strike terror into
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antonyms for spooked

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  • calm
  • comfort
  • delight
  • please
  • soothe
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How to use spooked in a sentence

Jed looked quickly at Cal when he told him how the colonists had spooked, bolted in panic.
EIGHT KEYS TO EDENMARK IRVIN CLIFTON
He spooked at imagined noises and thudding rain and the dry creaking of the old house as he toweled off and dressed.
SOMEONE COMES TO TOWN, SOMEONE LEAVES TOWNCORY DOCTOROW
More spooked, perhaps, more frightened—only the Cytha did not act like a frightened beast.
THE WORLD THAT COULDN'T BECLIFFORD DONALD SIMAK
Cam was momentarily spooked—and not "on account of the account," either.
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