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/ˈkriːpɪ; ˈkrɪp-/
(mainly Scot) a low stool
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  • "I thought you were the creepie out there, coming for a look," he whispered.

    Planet of the Damned Harry Harrison
  • The furniture consisted of the bed, a table with three legs, and a “creepie.”

    Notes on Old Edinburgh Isabella L. Bird
  • "Thought you were the creepie out there, coming for a look," he whispered.

    Sense of Obligation Henry Maxwell Dempsey (AKA Harry Harrison)
  • And when I looked at the creepie in the red firelight, for it felt strange to my hand, lo!

    The Men of the Moss-Hags S. R. Crockett
  • He placed himself on a somewhat ricketty "creepie," for the unwonted number of guests had used up all his available chairs.

    Baron Bruno Louisa Morgan
  • Margaret sat right under it, upon a creepie, or small three-legged wooden stool.

    David Elginbrod George MacDonald
  • He got hold of Margaret's creepie, which stood in its usual place, and sat down upon it, at the old woman's feet.

    David Elginbrod George MacDonald
  • Vara had a seam or a stocking, and sat at the outside of the door on a creepie stool.

    Cleg Kelly, Arab of the City

    S. R. (Samuel Rutherford) Crockett

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