Creep

  • 61creep — 1. verb Tim crept out of the house Syn: tiptoe, steal, sneak, slip, slink, sidle, pad, edge, inch; skulk, prowl 2. noun, informal he s such a creep! See …

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  • 62creep — v 1. crawl, crawl on all fours; squirm, wriggle, wiggle, writhe; worm, inch along, go at a snail s pace, advance slowly, drag oneself along, pull oneself along; trail, lag behind, follow behind. 2. skulk, slink, move stealthily, steal; sneak up… …

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  • 63creep up — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms creep up : he/she/it creeps up present participle creeping up past tense crept up past participle crept up to gradually become larger in number or amount The sales figures keep creeping up. The number of… …

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  • 64creep —   Kolo.   Also: kokolo, makolo, kaukolo, kō ai, akolo, koene, ilo, hihi, nihi, kulipe e, ne e, ne e he e, nene e, ka ulī; e eu (as an insect).    ♦ To creep with age, kaikapū.    ♦ Creeping rain, ua nihi.    ♦ Creeping mist, ohu kolo …

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  • 65creep — valkšnumas statusas T sritis Standartizacija ir metrologija apibrėžtis Kietojo kūno savybė plastiškai deformuotis nuo pastovios ilgalaikės apkrovos arba įtempių. atitikmenys: angl. creep; creeping vok. Kriechdehnung, f; Kriechen, n rus.… …

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  • 66creep — valkšnumas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Kietojo kūno savybė plastiškai deformuotis nuo ilgalaikės nuolatinės apkrovos. atitikmenys: angl. creep; creeping rus. крип; ползучесть …

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  • 67creep — valkšnumas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. creep; creepage; creeping vok. Kriechdehnung, f; Kriechen, n rus. ползучесть, f pranc. fluage, m …

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  • 68creep —  , creeper  1. Same as crawl, crawler, with additional suggestion of slyness.  2. creep n. Any unpleasant person, creeps, the Sensations of fear, horror, repulsion, creepy crawly Insect …

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  • 69creep in — verb enter surreptitiously He sneaked in under cover of darkness In this essay, the author s personal feelings creep in • Syn: ↑sneak in • Hypernyms: ↑penetrate, ↑perforate • Verb Frames …

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  • 70creep — See: THE CREEPS …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 71creep up on — {v.} 1. To crawl towards; move along near the ground; steal cautiously towards so as not to be seen or noticed. * /The mouse did not see the snake creeping up on it over the rocks./ * /Indians were creeping up on the house through the bushes./ 2 …

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  • 72creep — See: THE CREEPS …

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  • 73creep up on — {v.} 1. To crawl towards; move along near the ground; steal cautiously towards so as not to be seen or noticed. * /The mouse did not see the snake creeping up on it over the rocks./ * /Indians were creeping up on the house through the bushes./ 2 …

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  • 74creep — dragging the sea bed for lost nets with a grapnel or creeper …

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  • 75CREEP — noun The Committee to Re elect the President, which raised money for s campaign for 1972 reelection. Syn: CRP …

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  • 76creep — Any time dependent strain developing in a material or an object in response to the application of a force or stress. * * * (krēp) 1. a slow flow over time that occurs with materials under stress below their elastic limits, often due to warm… …

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  • 77creep —   extremely slow downslope movement of soil. Caused by combination of factors which allow horizontal dislodging of particles which then subside under gravity. Factors include raindrop impact, soil expansion, vegetation stress and animal activity …

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  • 78CREEP — Committee to RE Elect the President (Governmental » Politics) * Changing Relief And Evolving Ecosystem Project (Academic & Science » Ocean Science) …

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  • 79creep — Synonyms and related words: SOB, all fours, amble, andante, bastard, bend the knee, bootlick, bow, bow and scrape, bugger, claudicate, claudication, couch, cower, crawl, crawling, creeping, cringe, crouch, dead march, dogtrot, drag, drag along,… …

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  • 80creep in — Synonyms and related words: admit, affiliate, affiliate with, associate, barge in, be admitted, break in, break in upon, breeze in, burst in, bust in, butt in, charge in, combine, come barging in, come between, come breezing in, come busting in,… …

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