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creep

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of creep

  1. a person whose behavior is offensive to others after he had sent her several obnoxious e-mails, she reported the creep to the director of human resources Synonyms of creep bastard, beast, bleeder [British], blighter [chiefly British], boor, bounder, bugger, buzzard, cad, chuff, churl, clown, jerk, cretin, crud [slang], crumb [slang], cur, dirtbag [slang], dog, fink, heel, hound, joker, louse, lout, pill, rat, rat fink, reptile, rotter, schmuck [slang], scum, scumbag [slang], scuzzball [slang], skunk, sleaze, sleazebag [slang], sleazeball [slang], slime, slimeball [slang], slob, snake, so-and-so, sod [chiefly British], stinkard, stinker, swine, toad, varmint, verminWords Related to creep barbarian, brute, caveman, Neanderthal, savage; loudmouth, vulgarian; lowlife, miscreant, rascal, rogue, roughneck, scab, scamp, scoundrel, villain, wretch; booby, doofus [slang], fool, jackass, nincompoop, ninny, nit [chiefly British], nitwit, nut, schmo (or schmoe) [slang]; airhead, birdbrain, blockhead, dink [slang], dolt, dope, dork [slang], goon, half-wit, idiot, imbecile, moron, turkey; brat, insolent, nuisance, pest, snip; snob, snoot, snot; dweeb [slang], nerdNear Antonyms of creep hero, heroine, idol, role model; gentleman, lady; angel, saint


creep

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of creep

  1. 1 to advance gradually beyond the usual or desirable limits water crept slowly over the top of the tub and onto the floor Synonyms of creep encroach, inch, wormWords Related to creep snake, sneak; entrench (also intrench), impinge, infringe, intrude, invade; overpass, overreach, overrun, overshoot, overstep

  2. 2 to move or act slowly that Friday afternoon we were just creeping, waiting for the buzzer to sound so that we could start the long weekend Synonyms of creep crawl, delay, dally, dawdle, diddle, dillydally, drag, lag, linger, loiter, lollygag (also lallygag), mope, poke, shilly-shally, tarryWords Related to creep fiddle (around), fool around, mess around, monkey (around), play, potter (around), putter (around), trifle; hang (around or out), idle, loaf, loll, lounge; amble, ease, inch, lumber, plod, saunter, shuffle, stagger, stroll; decelerate, slow (down or up); filibuster, procrastinate, stall, temporizeNear Antonyms of creep bowl, breeze, dart, hump, hurtle, hustle, scramble, stampede; gallop, jog, run, sprint, trot; accelerate, quicken, speed (up); catch up, fast-forward, outpace, outrun, outstrip, overtakeAntonyms of creep barrel, bolt, career, course, dash, fly, hasten, hotfoot (it), hurry, race, rip, rocket, run, rush, scoot, scud, scurry, speed, tear, whirl, whisk, whiz (or whizz), zip

  3. 3 to move slowly with the body close to the ground the kitten crept silently across the floor before suddenly pouncing on the mouse Synonyms of creep belly, crawl, grovel, slide, slither, snake, worm, wriggleWords Related to creep crouch, squat; edge, inch, nose; skulk, sneak, steal, tiptoe

  4. 4 to move slowly the class hour seems to creep by Synonyms of creep creak (along), crawl, drag, inch, limp, nose, ooze, plod, poke, slouch, snailWords Related to creep lumber, shamble, shuffle, tramp, trudgeNear Antonyms of creep float, glide, sail; hurry, tearAntonyms of creep fly, race, speed, whiz (or whizz), zip



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