adjective, ee·ri·er, ee·ri·est.
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Origin of eerie
SYNONYMS FOR eerie
OTHER WORDS FROM eerieee·ri·ly, adverbee·ri·ness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for eeriness
Not the least detail seemed lacking to enhance the eeriness of the scene.The Cradle of Mankind|W.A. Wigram
Their mystery, their dramatic climaxes, their eeriness gave him a fearful, exquisite pleasure.Rainbow Valley|Lucy Maud Montgomery
The very calmness of the information, its manner of conveyance, increased the eeriness of the warning.The Messenger|Elizabeth Robins
Few pieces can rival it for eeriness of impression, and few exhibit such delicate skill in the choice of details in description.The Age of Tennyson|Hugh Walker
There is an eeriness in watching a slowly opening door when one knows nothing of the one who is impelling it.Juggernaut|George Cary Eggleston