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eerie definition

  • adjective:
    • Inspiring inexplicable fear, fear, or uneasiness; unusual and terrifying.
    • Suggestive for the supernatural; mysterious. See Synonyms at unusual.
    • Scots Frightened or threatened by superstition.
    • strange, weird, fear-inspiring.
    • scared, fearful.
    • Serving to inspire anxiety, esp. a dread of seeing spirits; wild; strange.
    • Affected with anxiety; affrighted.
    • suggestive associated with the supernatural; mysterious
    • inspiring a sense of fear; strange and scary
    • Inspiring inexplicable concern, fear, or uneasiness; strange and terrifying.
    • Suggestive of the supernatural; mystical. See Synonyms at unusual.
    • Scots Frightened or threatened by superstition.
    • odd, weird, fear-inspiring.
    • fearful, fearful.
    • Serving to encourage anxiety, esp. a dread of seeing spirits; crazy; weird.
    • impacted with anxiety; affrighted.
    • suggestive of this supernatural; mysterious
    • inspiring a feeling of anxiety; unusual and terrifying
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