English - Turkish

  1. Tuhaf ve ürkütücü
  2. ürkütücü
  3. korkulu
  4. tüyler ürpertici
  5. tekinsiz
  6. ürkünç
  7. uğursuz
  8. uğursuzluk
  9. esrarengiz sıfat (eery)
  10. Tuhaf ve korkutucu bir şekilde (eerily)
  11. ürküterek (eerily)
  12. ürkütücü bir şekilde (eerily)
  13. tekin olmayış (eeriness)
  14. esrarengizlik (eeriness)
  15. ürkütücülük isim (eeriness)
  16. ürkünçlük (eeriness)

English - English

  1. fearful, timid
  2. strange, weird, fear-inspiring - "The eerie sounds seemed to come from the graveyard after midnight."
  3. a dread of seeing ghosts; wild; weird; as, eerie stories
  4. Serving to inspire fear, esp
  5. Affected with fear; affrighted
  6. suggestive of the supernatural; mysterious; "an eerie feeling of deja vu"
  7. If you describe something as eerie, you mean that it seems strange and frightening, and makes you feel nervous. I walked down the eerie dark path. an eerie calm. + eerily eeri·ly Monrovia after the fighting is eerily quiet. strange and frightening (earg )
  8. frightening, weird, mysterious sıfat
  9. so strange as to inspire a feeling of fear; "an uncomfortable and eerie stillness in the woods"; "an eerie midnight howl" suggestive of the supernatural; mysterious; "an eerie feeling of deja vu
  10. suggestive of the supernatural; mysterious; "an eerie feeling of deja vu
  11. so strange as to inspire a feeling of fear; "an uncomfortable and eerie stillness in the woods"; "an eerie midnight howl"
  12. comparative of eerie (eerier)
  13. superlative of eerie (eeriest)
  14. In an eerie manner (eerily)
  15. frighteningly, uncannily, weirdly (eerily)
  16. In a strange, unearthly way (eerily)
  17. in an unnatural eery manner; "it was eerily quiet in the chapel (eerily)
  18. in an unnatural eery manner; "it was eerily quiet in the chapel" (eerily)
  19. strangeness by virtue of being mysterious and inspiring fear (eeriness)
  20. The condition of being eerie (eeriness)
  21. weirdness, creepiness, scariness isim (eeriness)
  22. alternative spelling of eerie (eery)

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About This Word

    Etymology: (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English eri (“fearful”) from Old English earg (“cowardly, fearful”). Akin to Scots ergh, argh from the same Old English source.
    Synonyms: awesome, bizarre, crawly, creepy, fantastic, fearful, frightening, ghostly, mysterious, scary, spectral, spooky, strange, supernatural, superstitious, uncanny, unearthly, weird
    Antonyms: funny, normal, ordinary, silly
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