adjective, creep·i·er, creep·i·est.
Examples from the Web for creepily
Brandt is creepily affable, and Hoffman knocks the tiny supporting turn out of the park.Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Best Performances: ‘Boogie Nights,’ ‘Capote,’ and More|Marlow Stern|February 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Creepily calling Kamala Harris the “best-looking attorney general in the country.”Four Reasons Why Obama’s Week Totally Sucked (and One Reason It Didn’t)|Melissa Leon|April 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Creepily, the location has already turned into a macabre tourist attraction, with tour buses regularly stopping by.
It moved stealthily and creepily and with a grotesque swiftness.The Side Of The Angels|Basil King
We had all as her friends had it conveyed to us and had conveyed it creepily to each other.Embarrassments|Henry James
Still no human being came into sight on that creepily weird wreck.Gold Out of Celebes|Aylward Edward Dingle
Creepily, you may conjecture the fierce eyes along the rock edge, but nothing shows.With Rimington|L. March Phillipps
Was it so bitterly cold, so creepily chilly in her rooms, that she felt shivers all down her old, bent back?The Twilight of the Souls|Louis Couperus
British Dictionary definitions for creepily
adjective creepier or creepiest
Word Origin and History for creepily
1794, "characterized by creeping," from creep + -y (2). Meaning "having a creeping feeling in the flesh" is from 1831; that of producing such a feeling, the main modern sense, is from 1858. Creepy-crawly is from 1858.