spookily

spooky

[spoo-kee]
adjective, spookier, spookiest. Informal.
1.
like or befitting a spook or ghost; suggestive of spooks.
2.
eerie; scary.
3.
(especially of horses) nervous; skittish.

Origin:
1850–55, Americanism; spook + -y1

spookily, adverb
spookiness, noun
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spooky (ˈspuːkɪ)
 
adj , spookier, spookiest
1.  ghostly or eerie: a spooky house
2.  resembling or appropriate to a ghost
3.  (US) easily frightened; highly strung
 
spookily
 
adv
 
spookiness
 
n

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