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Supernatural ContextPlay
Use 'eerie' to describe settings or events with a ghostly or otherworldly feel, often causing unease. SlideThe full moon cast an eerie glow across the graveyard.
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Intensifying FearPlay
'Eerie' implies a deeper level of fear, one that is mysterious and not easily explained. SlideAn eerie whisper echoed down the empty corridor.
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Describing SilencePlay
When silence feels unsettling or spooky, describe it with 'eerie' to convey the unnerving mood. SlideThere was an eerie silence after the scream.