eeriness eeriness


  • (n) strangeness by virtue of being mysterious and inspiring fear


  1. But people with epilepsy-induced dj vu usually don't experience the same disturbing eeriness that's so common in others.
  2. The eeriness of the stadium overpowered the scene.
  3. Moreover, his play captures a certain Jamesian elegance as well as eeriness.



  1. "I remember the night it happened, there was an eeriness in the locker room ...... because the guys knew what he meant to us," Barnes recalled.
    on Mar 9, 2010 By: Rick Barnes Source: Dallas Morning News

  2. "You can't translate Brundle throwing up on Stasis' foot and having it dissolve," says Hwang. "But through a combination of costumes and effects that David has put in and the eeriness of the music, I think the opera gets quite disturbing in...
    on Sep 4, 2008 By: David Henry Hwang Source: Daily Breeze

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