- n. The property of being spooky.
- spooky + -ness (Wiktionary)
“Bertino knows what he wants, but after a good 45 minutes of playing every tastefully suspenseful card in the deck, the movie begins to drag and the spookiness is replaced by ridiculousness.”
“Therefore, you could say that the irreducible quantum spookiness is to be found in the double-slit, non-commuting quantities, and superposition.”
“I felt a little bit ridiculous to have reacted as I did, but it was too suspenseful with that jumpy/startling kind of spookiness for me to handle.”
“Michael Jackson had Vincent Price do spoken-word spookiness on 1982’s “Thriller.””
“What remains true from previous episodes is the overwhelming feeling of "spookiness" and the This-Is-Odd factor that players experience when they first encounter an in-game site or clue.”
“Starting off with chugging, neo-baroque noodlings, its three compact movements encompass warmly melodic writing, Bartokian spookiness, jazz-inflected syncopation, washes of impressionistic color and bursts of spiky modernism.”
“The three witches are played by men in full, barbaric Braveheart style -- their preening and would-be spookiness is just the first of a number of false notes, not helped by several members of the cast stumbling a bit on their lines.”
“Audiences of all ages can enjoy the spookiness of The Enchanted Garden.”
“While Art Of Noise celebrates the Midlands' cultural heritage of heavy metal, reggae, punk and bhangra, Easterby adapts the numinous aura of the bell-tower carillon to the enchanting possibilities activated by hi-tech electronic sensors set within the primal spookiness of a darkened room.”
“In general, suspense and/or spookiness usually go farther than a battle royale rumble through the jungle.”
Looking for tweets for spookiness.