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creep US English

Move slowly and carefully, especially in order to avoid being heard or noticed

creep US Thesaurus

Tim crept out of the house

make someone's skin crawl US English

Cause someone to feel fear, horror, or disgust

creep joint US English

A brothel

bracket creep US English

Movement into a higher tax bracket as taxable income increases

mission creep US English

A gradual shift in objectives during the course of a military campaign, often resulting in an unplanned long-term commitment

creep in/into in creep US English

(Of an unwanted and negative characteristic or fact) occur or develop gradually and almost imperceptibly

creep up in creep US English

Increase slowly but steadily in number or amount

creep someone out US English

Give someone an unpleasant feeling of fear or unease

creep someone out in creep US English

Give someone an unpleasant feeling of fear or unease

eurocreep US English

The gradual acceptance of the euro in European Union countries that have not yet officially adopted it as their national currency

make someone's flesh crawl in flesh US English

another way of saying make someone's skin crawl (see skin).