spooky


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Synonyms for spooky

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of a mysteriously strange and usually frightening nature

Synonyms for spooky

unpredictably excitable (especially of horses)

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Lancashire SPOOKY TRICKS: If you want to scare yourself silly take the Terror Trail at Ribby Hall Village, near Blackpool, which meanders through woodlands uncovering the secrets of the original Ribby Hall Village.
Spooky goings-on also crept into other venues across Tyneside.
A spooky night at Rhuddlan Castle, Denbighshire, is promised with plenty of thrills and spills for all the family, while spine-tingling ghost stories will be told at Wepre Park, in Connah's Quay, Flintshire, within the grounds of the Old Hall cellar.
Spooky Science week at Techniquest offers lots of eerie events
The 4th Special Operations Squadron is the largest of the 1st Special Operations Wing's nine flying squadrons and employs the AC-130U Spooky gunship.
Fishdom: Spooky Splash demonstrated successful performance and was among AOL Best Games of 2009 as #6 Bestseller and #9 Most Downloaded Game.
Hailing from Western Australia, this book is a collection of 12 short but spooky stories.
2 : suggesting the presence of ghosts <a spooky place> <a spooky noise>
WITH Halloween coming up at the end of the month, you could get in the mood for some ghostly goings-on with a spooky break.
Easy-To-Read Spooky Tales) written by Veronika Martenova Charles illustrated by David Parkins Tundra Books, 2008 978-88776-859-0 (pb) $7.
The spooky mood reflects "a trend we're seeing over the last few years: Halloween is becoming more seasonal," Krugman said.
A writer with a degree in French literature and philosophy, and a published art critic, Spooky (born Paul Miller in 1970) works in music, video and text, using cutups and collages.
And so we get Aitchison's apology, or DJ Spooky sealed inside his headphones, embedded behind piles of equipment, so that he seems to have given way to some sort of cyborg that manages to offer neither the wellspring of subjectivity nor--and this is crucial--the interactive intelligence audiences expect to engage.