Examples of spooky in a Sentence
The music was pretty spooky.
a spooky horse shying at shadows
Recent Examples of spooky from the Web
According to Gunnell, the earliest celebrations of the season were viewed as a time not only to bring together relatives, living and deceased, but also elves, trolls and other magical and spooky creatures believed to inhabit the landscape.
Despite digital pitch adjustment, robotic beats and spooky backing tracks, Ozuna still sings about classic subjects, like a tough tattooed guy wooing a young woman whose parents don’t approve because of his looks.
From spooky forests, tunnels, cemeteries and abandoned buildings to gorgeous views and waterfalls, Johnson has cataloged more than 200 adventures, including pictures and often historical information.
Even spookier than a Halloween costume is a patent that just won't die.
Other activities at the HalloweenFest were a jack-o-lantern contest, carnival games, a costume contest, food and ice cream trucks, and a spooky haunted house.
The Halloween season might be over, but photos from the spooky holiday are flooding social media today.
Its Author Avenue will feature readings by almost 20 local children’s writers and illustrators, often exploring humorously spooky themes.
Spooky Story Time The Sacramento Storytellers Guild share spooky stories to children ages 6 and older.
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First Known Use of spooky
Synonymsfiddle-footed, flighty, fluttery, high-strung, hyper, hyperactive, hyperexcitable, hyperkinetic, jittery, jumpy, nervous, skittery, skittish, spasmodic, excitable
Antonymsimperturbable, nerveless, unexcitable, unflappable, unshakable
Related Wordshot-blooded, mercurial, temperamental, unstable, volatile, volcanic; anxious, edgy, flibbertigibbety, nervy, tense, uptight; emotional, emotionalistic, hypersensitive, intense, sensitive, soulful; dramatic, histrionic, melodramatic; irascible, irritable, perturbable, prickly, testy, touchy
Near Antonymscalm, collected, cool, serene, tranquil; easy, easygoing, laid-back, relaxed
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