from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. By creeping, moving stealthily and slowly; insidiously; cunningly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. by creeping slowly; in the manner of a reptile; insidiously; cunningly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By creeping; slowly; with the motion of an insect or a reptile.
And Amy Chua pokes at the creepingly personal justification for our parenting decisions and our other decisions.
However, Finley's voice generally lacks the dark quality with which Fischer-Dieskau could cloak his sound when required, and which Britten exploits in settings such as the creepingly chromatic A Poison Tree andAh Sun-flower.
In addition to a magnifying effect that shortsightedness seems to have, people like me can also creep up creepingly close to the things we want to look at and still focus properly.
Or have our years of accepting torturous treatment for young or addicted Americans inured us beyond outrage and lulled us into creepingly, ineluctably accepting the unacceptable?
They are creepingly (ph) widening their zone of occupation.
Head of poor … BRADY: After all of these years and many albums, Morrisey remains capable of being excitingly, creepingly strange.
It was creepingly, annoyingly, stullyfyingly dull.
And some of the women are worried that they're going to slowly have to start wearing the veil, that it's going to creepingly become ...
POSES: Personalization is becoming creepingly popular, because it ` s another way for the bride and grown make their guests stand out in a special way.
Retreating not the thousandth part of an inch; stabbing him in the eye with the unflinching poniard of his glance, Steelkilt, clenching his right hand behind him and creepingly drawing it back, told his persecutor that if the hammer but grazed his cheek he (Steelkilt) would murder him.
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