- Developing gradually over a period of time: "a creeping sense of cultural dread” ( Andrew Sullivan).
- Crawling, or moving near to the surface.
- Developing along, and clinging to, the bottom, or even a wall, etc., in the form of rootlets or tendrils.
- provide participle of creep.
- In submarine work, the act of dragging with creepers or grapnels to recuperate a lost object.
- Stalking or still-hunting, as for moose or deer.
- Motion for the rails of a railroad in the direction of traffic, due to a number of reasons.
- The slide of a belt or line that is driving one pulley from another: because of working or elasticity when you look at the belt or line.
- In electricity, the slow drifting or moving of a musical instrument or meter at no load, considering inaccurate modification or even to a slow modification for the suspension system.
- In geology, same as creep, 5.
- a slow mode of locomotion on fingers and knees or dragging your body
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