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eerie

  

      adj   , eerier, eeriest   (esp. of places, an atmosphere, etc.) mysteriously or uncannily frightening or disturbing; weird; ghostly  
     (C13: originally Scottish and Northern English, probably from Old English earg cowardly, miserable)  
  eerily      adv  
  eeriness      n  
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eerie

  
  
awesome, creepy     (informal)   eldritch     (poetic)   fearful, frightening, ghostly, mysterious, scary     (informal)   spectral, spooky     (informal)   strange, uncanny, unearthly, uneasy, weird  

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eeriness, eserine, eerily, Ernie

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