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eerily

[ eer-i-lee ]
/ ˈɪər ɪ li /
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adverb
in a spooky or uncanny way that makes one uneasy; weirdly:The town empties out eerily at this time of day, giving it a ghostly appearance that visitors find disconcerting.
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