- v. present participle of creepify.
“Good thing it was Nathan and not Adam Baldwin; the thought of Jayne Cobb wielding a lightsaber is too creepifying to contemplate”
“Once again, Johnny Cash helps to make something more creepifying.”
“Excellent very dark film there and Rickman deserves some credit for out-creepifying the Demon Barber himself.”
“I enjoyed Descent, though it was dark, morbid, and creepifying.”
“Wii owners are going to get another big-boy title as a prequel to last year’s generally creepifying Dead Space.”
“I mean sure the guy needs to see an orthodontist and should find another horn for the other side of his head, but it doesn’t mean he is any less creepifying.”
“Your grand entrance would not go amiss right now” or “See, morbid and creepifying, I got no problem with, long as she does it quiet-like,” just don’t have the same ring in Cyberpunk.”
“I’ve spent a few days (off-and-on while I wasn’t driving family around) perusing the AiG website (check out the creepifying cartoon After Eden, almost as good asUmbert the Unborn; the Right Wing: removing the “funny” from the “Funny Pages” nationwide!)”
“Indie-porn actor Vincent Gallo swears that his close relationship with friend-2-tha-skanx Cory Kennedy is non-sexual, further creepifying the friendship by adding “Cory’s a great kid, and I’m proud to be her daddy.””
Looking for tweets for creepifying.