to move slowly with the body close to the ground, as a reptile or an insect, or a
person on hands and knees. 2. to approach slowly, imperceptibly, or stealthily ...
Creeped has crept into the language, however, and is now an accepted variant,
though it might be considered informal or dialectal. Crept is still considered ...
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I can't tell if this is a feeble attempt at humor, but a writer for a publication called "The Norman Transcript" talks, in an article , about the "creepy" entertainment one finds at kid's parties.
"Creepy clown." And the clown with a "pre-Columbian death mask and pain... More »
creeped. simple past tense and past participle of creep. Usage notes.
Creeped is less common than crept, except in the past tense of creep someone
I just totally went on facebook and looked up the Lovin' Lavish&Squalor group,
found a picture of the guy (which was tagged) and creeped his profile. He's super
When Steve told Mary he really liked her lips she was really, really creeped out.
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... seeing their relationship status, mutual friends, or pictures they're tagged in. I
thought Josh was pretty cute but I facebook creeped him and he has a girlfriend.
Sep 29, 2014 ... Creeped or crept? Crept is the past tense, but creeped is popping up because of
its presence in the phrasal verb creep out the past tense of ...