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experiencing a repugnant tingling sensation

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annoying and unpleasant

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causing a sensation as of things crawling on your skin

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PHOEBE: It was horrifying - Joe looking directly into the camera and singing creepily.
Creepily, the lads start to suspect the woman, who grows increasingly bad-tempered, may not be their mother at all.
HAVE you seen an advert on C4 from Persona Synthetics, suggesting you can get a creepily realistic robot called Sally to take care of all your domestic chores?
The air of sentimental nostalgia becomes creepily uncomfortable but the script insists everything will be OK.
This book captures the readers attention with its creepily enchanting version of Wonderland and the amusing twist between morbid and romantic.
I must admit that with the exception of Pinocchio, most books featuring strange and usually sinister puppets tend to fill me with anxiety as they're often creepily scary, and not in a good way.
And the great thing is - creepily daft as it might sound - it actually works rather brilliantly.
I've commiserated with Benny, the maintenance man, about which park regular's been banned for flinging cigarette butts, and which one leers a little too creepily at women.
Publicly flaunting his desire for lighter skin, (and creepily referring to himself in the third person) he says, "Vybz Kartel is the artist that you can expect the unexpected from.
No need to worry then," he says creepily, hand in pocket, and I realise I'm still wearing that top.
99 I was looking forward to reading the sequel to the creepily fantastic Invisible Fiends: Mr Mumbles.
Soprano Mary Phillips as the ghastly Miss Jessel was also creepily believable in tone and action.
Her creepily indifferent tone lurches from singsong ("At first our local leaders tried to zone around the madness") to flat, mundane sentences ("Some weeks, I should mention, I would live off candy bars").
The models find themselves shacked up with Dickinson in a palatial Hollywood Hills mansion, complete with a creepily voyeuristic command center hidden in Dickinson's bedroom, from which she can monitor her proteges activities 24/7.
This creepily funny play, featuring an original score by Meghan Hendley, ran in January and February at Houston's DiverseWorks, Super Happy Funland and the University of Houston and at Rude Mechanicals's Off Center Space in Austin.