[ spoo-kee ]
/ ˈspu ki /
adjective, spook·i·er, spook·i·est. Informal.
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Origin of spooky
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/ (ˈspuːkɪ) /
adjective spookier or spookiest informal
ghostly or eeriea spooky house
resembling or appropriate to a ghost
US easily frightened; highly strung
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