Her platinum bob, with its swoosh of side-brushed bangs, was eerily flawless.
A recent rape in Wyoming is eerily similar to a Law & Order episode from seven months ago.
The house is eerily pristine and immaculately preserved; your visit is the only thing threatening to disturb it.
The incident was eerily similar to the smashing of a Lamborghini in 2011 at the same auto show.
eerily, Dorner had predicted in a threatening Facebook manifesto that he would die in such a police battle.
They sounded like small working sounds, blending in eerily mysterious fashion with a chorus of small voices.
The ship was eerily silent, dropping with a rising scream as the atmosphere touched the hull.
Finally, after passing over a chain of darkened mountains, eerily lighted at the peaks by the Sun, there came a yell.
The owl came so silently and so eerily that, somehow, it seemed to have materialized out of thin air.
Earthquakes are eerily quiet -- at first, anyway -- but this wasn't quiet.
c.1300, "fearful, timid," north England and Scottish variant of Old English earg "cowardly, fearful," from Proto-Germanic *argaz (cf. Old Frisian erg "evil, bad," Middle Dutch arch "bad," Dutch arg, Old High German arg "cowardly, worthless," German arg "bad, wicked," Old Norse argr "unmanly, voluptuous," Swedish arg "malicious").
Sense of "causing fear because of strangeness" is first attested 1792. Related: Eerily. Finnish arka "cowardly" is a Germanic loan-word.