eeriness : Definition, Usages, News and More

Search Words

eeriness


  • n  strangeness by virtue of being mysterious and inspiring fear

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

  • Rick Barnes in Dallas Morning News
    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.
  • David Henry Hwang in Daily Breeze
    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...

Hot News: The Heading Text Size Should Match With the Size Of The Image