Noun(1) someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric(2) a mental representation of some haunting experience
Verb(1) frighten or scare, and often provoke into a violent action
(1) A horror story's got to spook you and intrigue you.(2) he'll spook if we make any noise(3) Lillard is psychic, which means he can find a spook if it gets out, except, when it comes to it, he can't.(4) Even if he gives Congress such evidence in the next few weeks, how intelligent was it to spook all our allies first and then drag out the evidence?(5) Urban myths are the stuff of nightmares; the stories people tell to spook each other, such as the two lovers in a remote lane, at a time when an escaped mental patient is on the loose.(6) Perhaps at an even slower pace, with more stunning images and settings, this movie would really spook .(7) They said that he only came out at night to eat cats and squirrels, and he was the local spook .(8) The results were good enough to spook the competition.(9) Burke hooks Clayton in by suggesting that his father, who died under mysterious circumstances 10 years earlier, may actually have been a CIA spook as well.(10) A lip-reading spook may be following an outdoor conversation through binoculars.(11) Oh, yeah a stupid Xmas spook shows up to complete the episode's main purpose.(12) The Pentagon vigorously opposes that recommendation, but even a rookie spook can figure out that big changes are in the air.(13) I wouldn't let them operate or give me a shot until a spook from our Embassy in Mexico City came down and stayed with me day and night in the bed next to me for four days.(14) He's a joy as the completely amoral spook who suddenly finds himself sliding out of his depth in a vortex of shifting loyalties.(15) a CIA spook(16) But it is a policy that must be pursued on the quiet so as not to spook the country's growing legion of foreign creditors.
1. specter ::
2. ghost ::
3. wraith ::
4. shade ::
Different Formsspook, spooked, spooking, spooks, spooky
Word Example from TV Shows
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- Hey, look who's com...
- Shh. You'll SPOOK him.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 4
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