Bolt and Creep


Bolt verb - To proceed or move quickly.
Usage example: the cat bolted for the food dish the minute he spied it

Creep is an antonym for bolt.

Nearby Words: bolted, bolter, bolting


Creep verb - To move or act slowly.
Usage example: that Friday afternoon we were just creeping, waiting for the buzzer to sound so that we could start the long weekend

Bolt is an antonym for creep.

Nearby Words: creepy, creeping, creeper

How words are described

typical typical bolt typical creep
original original bolt original creep
real real bolt real creep
massive massive bolt massive creep
Other adjectives: big, slow, little, harmless, new, extra, random, red.
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Creep or Bolt. 2016. Accessed May 28, 2023.
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