Creepy and Quiet

Creepy

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Creepy adjective – Marked by or causing agitation or uncomfortable feelings.
Usage example: a creepy aura about the abandoned farmhouse—as though something horrific had happened there

Quiet is an antonym for creepy.
Nearby Words: creep, creeping, creeper
Antonyms for Creepy

Quiet

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Quiet adjective – Free from disturbing noise or uproar.
Creepy is an antonym for quiet.
Nearby Words: quietly, quieten, quiescent, quieted, quietness
Antonyms for Quiet
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Things that words describes

person creepy person quiet person
girl creepy girl quiet girl
manner creepy manner quiet manner
man creepy man quiet man
Other nouns: guy, woman, people, part, lady, boy, sound, nature, place, house, moment, way, tone, characters, music, voice, kid, version, song, child, town, songs, scenes, moments.

Both words in one sentence

  • Comala, though dangerous in its own quiet way as Preciado's spontaneous death midway through can probably attest, is not so much creepy as it is as a melancholic place lingering with the defeat of death and forgetting.
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