Creep and Rat

Creep

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Creep noun – A person whose behavior is offensive to others.
Usage example: after he had sent her several obnoxious e-mails, she reported the creep to the director of human resources

Rat and creep are semantically related in beast topic. In some cases you can use "Rat" instead a noun "Creep".
Nearby Words: creepy, creeping, creeper
Synonyms for Creep

Rat

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Rat noun – A person whose behavior is offensive to others.
Usage example: no one can understand what she finds appealing in a rat like him

Creep and rat are semantically related in sly topic. Sometimes you can use "Creep" instead a noun "Rat", if it concerns topics such as scoundrel, beast. informal substitute
Synonyms for Rat

How words are described

old old creep old rat
original original creep original rat
real real creep real rat
evil evil creep evil rat
Other adjectives: little, harmless, general, random, occasional, comic, bigger.

Both words in one sentence

  • This is first entry in his "Trilogy of the Rat"; the novel is followed by Pinball 1973, A Wild Sheep Chase, and (via Trilogy Creep) Dance Dance Dance.The novel contains examples of the following tropes: Age-Appropriate Angst: For pretty much everyone.
  • This novel is followed by A Wild Sheep Chase, and (via Trilogy Creep) Dance Dance Dance.The novel contains examples of the following tropes: Age-Appropriate Angst: Both the narrator and the Rat go through their quarter life crises.
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