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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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He's also known as the creepily tall man thanks to his obsession with height when alive, or the Floating Man due to his tendency to float around hill House.
Though taking over computers using DNA seems like something out of the movies, creepily played out in real life, the researchers say there's no reason for concern.
The chilling trailer ends with the mind-controlling serial killer laughing creepily.
Advocates from the environmental group disguise themselves as runners wearing Donald Trump masks during the recent Cigna 5K to creepily follow and essentially harass Kelly Ayotte while she runs the race.
Soon she's back in Savannah and deep in familiar troubles that include a missing ex-boyfriend, a creepily poetic stalker, and a passel of stolen money.
PHOEBE: It was horrifying - Joe looking directly into the camera and singing creepily. I thought he was possessed.
Creepily, the lads start to suspect the woman, who grows increasingly bad-tempered, may not be their mother at all.
While the plot sounds--and, yes, is--highly derivative, Weapon Brown is an insane thrill ride through the history of classic comic strips, and you will see a lot, if not all, of your favorites in new, weird, creepily recognizable forms.
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.