eerie; weird; spooky.
- Also el·drich; el·ritch [el-rich] /ˈɛl rɪtʃ/ .
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How to use eldritch in a sentence
There are also plenty of more complex designs available if you want to let your fandom flag fly, or even pay homage to your favorite eldritch God.Organize and accessorize your board games with 3D printing | RK Pendergrass | February 26, 2021 | Popular-Science
The injured and indignant animal gave vent to a succession of eldritch screams.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3) | Charles James Wills
And the woman, whose voice had risen to a kind of eldritch sing-song, turned with a skip, and was gone.Kidnapped | Robert Louis Stevenson
The gossipy gables of the old houses lean toward each other like peaked eldritch faces in fluted red caps.Major Prophets of To-Day | Edwin E. Slosson
An eldritch laugh at a little window, which communicated with the street, at this moment electrified the speaker.
I thought as I came alang I had a sort of a feeling as of a wraith nigh about me—a lang, eldritch sort o' a form i' the mist.'Border Ghost Stories | Howard Pease
British Dictionary definitions for eldritch
poetic, Scot unearthly; weird
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