Creep and Wretch


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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

Wretch is a synonym for creep in person topic. In some cases you can use "Wretch" instead a noun "Creep", when it comes to topics like rogue, groveling person.
Nearby Words: creepy, creeping, creeper
Synonyms for Creep


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Wretch noun – A mean, evil, or unprincipled person.
Creep is a synonym for wretch in person topic. You can use "Creep" instead a noun "Wretch", if it concerns topics such as crook, villain, groveling person, heel. informal substitute
Nearby Words: wretched, wretchedly
Synonyms for Wretch

How words are described

old old creep old wretch
greedy greedy creep greedy wretch
complete complete creep complete wretch
amoral amoral creep amoral wretch
Other adjectives: treacherous, pathetic.
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