• (a.) Affected with fear; affrighted. • (a.) Serving to inspire fear, esp. a dread of seeing ghosts; wild; weird; as, eerie stories.
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eerie, eery (IR ee) Originally, timid or frightened; uneasy because of superstitious fear; inspiring fear, fearful, frightening, ominous, ghostly, spooky, creepy, weird, mysterious, odd, uncanny, strange, uneasy, apprehensive: 'Seeing the old graveyard, especially at night, gave us an eerie feeling.' ...
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