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- adv. In an eerie manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a strange, unearthly way.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an eery, strange, or unearthly manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unnatural eery manner
The man was staring down at him, his expression eerily deadpan.
Owens sent out an invading army of extraterrestrial princesses in eerily long, sweeping skirts and clean, sleeveless leather vests with trailing trains.
Silently prowling the muddy streets, she watches eerily from the shadows, waiting for ... something.
As a syndicated cartoonist, I've seen my published ideas later appear in eerily similar reiterations in other comics and spoken near-verbatim by nationally recognized humorists (to the point where scores of readers and viewers alerted me, offended and outraged on my behalf).
I'll predict that they'll remain eerily quiet about this whole thing.
Almost two years later, I get a phone call eerily similar to an earlier letter: Hi, this is Dr. Oddi's office.
The creatures are depicted masterfully with CGI: some of them appear with horrible realism, while others remain eerily obscured within the mist.
Pictures that have them in eerily-similar stances?
Mickelson was five guys away from being in last place, finding his name eerily close to that of
It appears that - at about 75 mph - I make an expression eerily similar to bitter beer face in an effort to keep my [already strapped] goggles on my face.