Eerie and Strange


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Eerie adjective – Inspiring a feeling of fear; strange and frightening.
Usage example: an eerie midnight howl

Strange is a synonym for eerie in uncanny topic. In some cases you can use "Strange" instead an adjective "Eerie", when it comes to topics like spooky.
Nearby Word: eerily
Synonyms for Eerie


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Strange adjective – Being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird.
Usage example: a strange exaltation that was indefinable

Eerie is a synonym for strange in uncanny topic. You can use "Eerie" instead an adjective "Strange".
Nearby Words: strangeness, stranger, strangely
Synonyms for Strange

Things that words describes

feeling eerie feeling strange feeling
ability eerie ability strange ability
part eerie part strange part
sound eerie sound strange sound
Other nouns: place, house, effect, way, example, world, story, effects, variation, music, noise, version, variant, stories, sounds, noises.

Both words in one sentence

  • Genre Blind: Strange and eerie things seem to happen to Johnny, Fergie and the Professor on a yearly basis, at least, but every time new weird occurrences happen, Fergie laughs them off and Johnny and the Professor seem to behave as if they've never had any previous encounters with the supernatural.
  • Comments: A strange, eerie read; heartwrenching but worth it for the final resolution.
  • Video Game / Wolfenstein: The New Order Every stealth kill's also accompanied by strange, eerie noises that almost resemble a drawn-out Scare Chord.
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