Spook and Zombie

Spook

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Spook noun – The soul of a dead person thought of especially as appearing to living people.
Usage example: Halloween is the night when spooks and goblins are said to roam abroad

Zombie and spook are semantically related In some cases you can use "Zombie" instead a noun "Spook".
Nearby Words: spooky, spooked, spooking
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Zombie

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Zombie noun – A god of voodoo cults of African origin worshipped especially in West Indies.
Spook and zombie are semantically related in character topic. Sometimes you can use "Spook" instead a noun "Zombie", if it concerns topics such as ghost, odd person, spirit of the dead.
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  • Murder, She Wrote: In "Night of the Tarantula", Jessica fakes a murder victim rising as a zombie in order to spook to killer into revealing that he knew the location of a secret passage: something only the killer could have known.
  • Series / Murder, She Wrote Scarecrow Solution: In "Night of the Tarantula", Jessica fakes a murder victim rising as a zombie in order to spook to the killer into revealing that he knew the location of a secret passage: something only the killer could have known.
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