Antonyms
Etymology

1. creepy

adjective. ['ˈkriːpi'] annoying and unpleasant.

Antonyms

  • pleasant

Etymology

  • -y (English)
  • -y (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • creep (English)
  • crepen (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Words that Rhyme with Creepy

  • principe
  • latulippe
  • phillippi
  • canipe
  • tripi
  • sleepy
  • gariepy
  • weepy

Example sentences of the word creepy


1. Adjective
Add a creepy effect to the spaghetti brains and brain cavity by setting up an operating table.

2. Noun, singular or mass
Professional ghost hunters use all types of amplified microphones for catching the creepy sounds a ghost may make.

Quotes containing the word creepy


1. I sneaked out to his house a couple times in the middle of the night to watch over him while he slept, just in case, I dont know, his comic book collection decided to spontaneously combust. This was dumb and admittedly creepy in an Edward Cullen kind of way
- Cynthia Hand, Hallowed

2. Who wants to go down the creepy tunnel inside the tomb first?— Riley Poole
- Ann Lloyd, National Treasure: Book of Secrets

3. Get me outa here. F*ckin' creepy cheerleaders.
- Lisa McMann, Wake

2. creepy-crawly

adjective. causing a sensation as of things crawling on your skin.

Synonyms

  • alarming

Antonyms

  • female
  • male

3. creepy-crawly

noun. an animal that creeps or crawls (such as worms or spiders or insects).

Synonyms

  • animal
  • creature
  • fauna
  • animate being
  • beast

Antonyms

  • mental
  • flora
  • inoffensive
  • alarm

4. creepy-crawlies

noun. feelings of dislike and anxiety.

Antonyms

  • friendliness

5. creepy

adjective. ['ˈkriːpi'] causing a sensation as of things crawling on your skin.

Synonyms

  • alarming

Antonyms

  • good
  • palatable

Etymology

  • -y (English)
  • -y (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • creep (English)
  • crepen (Middle English (1100-1500))
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