Creepy and Nasty


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Creepy adjective – Fearfully and mysteriously strange or fantastic.
Nasty and creepy are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Nasty" instead an adjective "Creepy".
Nearby Words: creep, creeping, creeper
Synonyms for Creepy


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Nasty adjective – Arousing or deserving of one's loathing and disgust.
Creepy and nasty are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Creepy" instead an adjective "Nasty".
Nearby Word: nastily
Synonyms for Nasty

Things that words describes

person creepy person nasty person
character creepy character nasty character
man creepy man nasty man
guy creepy guy nasty guy
Other nouns: woman, people, look, stuff, place, effect, way, example, characters, effects, villain, side, version, ways, creatures, comments, monsters.

Both words in one sentence

  • So why would he then make a movie based on the incident where Ted is portrayed as an evil, nasty, creepy jerk-face?
  • Video Game / Silent Hill: Homecoming Creepy Basement: Averted with the Shepherds' basement, which is flooded and inhabited by a nasty creature or two but positively well-lit compared to other areas of the game.
  • Flies Equals Evil In many works, especially horror movies, the first thing that indicates something going nasty is the arrival of flies, mosquitoes, wasps, maggots, and other creepy crawlies.
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