Ghastly and Weird


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Ghastly adjective – Causing fear.
Usage example: a ghastly crime that made local residents afraid to go out at night

Weird and ghastly are semantically related In some cases you can use "Weird" instead an adjective "Ghastly".
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Weird adjective – Fearfully and mysteriously strange or fantastic.
Usage example: weird sounds from the woods just beyond our campsite

Ghastly and weird are semantically related in horrible topic. Sometimes you can use "Ghastly" instead an adjective "Weird", if it concerns topics such as odd.
Nearby Words: weirdo, weirdly, weirding, weirded
Synonyms for Weird

Things that words describes

part ghastly part weird part
combination ghastly combination weird combination
sort ghastly sort weird sort
place ghastly place weird place
Other nouns: clothes, way, face, example, noise, version, variant, habits, happenings.

Both words in one sentence

  • Free the Frogs On Saved by the Bell (back when it was still Good Morning Miss Bliss), a girl frees the frogs before they can be killed by the science teacher with the Einstein hairdo, weird goggles, and ghastly voice.
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