Creepy and Weird


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Creepy adjective – Fearfully and mysteriously strange or fantastic.
Usage example: a fascinating but creepy stage show by an offbeat magician

Weird is a synonym for creepy in disturbing topic. In some cases you can use "Weird" instead the word "Creepy" as an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like nasty. popular alternative
Nearby Words: creep, creeping, creeper
Synonyms for Creepy


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Weird adjective – Fearfully and mysteriously strange or fantastic.
Usage example: weird sounds from the woods just beyond our campsite

Creepy is a synonym for weird in odd topic. You can use "Creepy" instead an adjective "Weird". informal substitute
Nearby Words: weirdo, weirdly, weirding, weirded
Synonyms for Weird

Things that words describes

girl creepy girl weird girl
obsession creepy obsession weird obsession
man creepy man weird man
guy creepy guy weird guy
Other nouns: people, part, stuff, place, scene, way, face, example, story, effects, variation, kid, version, behavior, eyes, ways, powers, creatures, noises, monsters, moments.

Both words in one sentence

  • We're never shown why they would be considered weird or creepy (aside from being identical twins, which in itself is pretty mundane).
    Source: Informed Flaw
  • Disabled Love Interest Everyone else thinks it's weird or creepy, but he doesn't care about her disability.
  • All of the Other Reindeer Natsume from Natsume's Book of Friends had this as a kid, because others were always calling him creepy or weird because of his ability to see youkai.
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Weird or Creepy. 2016. Accessed December 04, 2020.

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