How To Use Eerie In A Sentence

  • The calm was eerie; the vista serene and surreal. Times, Sunday Times
  • What caught my eye about this is that it bears interesting relation to Bakhtin's concept of the dialogism of the "living word" -- in fact, capitalize that "w" and it would be downright eerie. Nothing could be finer than to be in Carolina in the morning...
  • He was one of the cheeriest of guys. The Sun
  • Flying this kite among the otherwise conventional swept wings on a breezy day was initially eerie.
  • My son seems much cheerier now, happily, although being me I worry that he is just putting a good face on things so as not to worry me. Fragments From A Week « Tales from the Reading Room
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  • Relying on their well-established formula of eerie melodies, pastoral soundscapes, babbling children and rhythmic clamour, their sophomore effort rings true.
  • He wins himself an Academy Award and leaves the public with an eerie image of electrotherapy. Can Magnets Enhance Your Mood?
  • With inebriated puppets and an eerie soundtrack, consider it a shoddier predecessor to Thunderbirds. 2009 June : Scrubbles.net
  • A wonderfully eerie musical score accompanies the two youngsters as they pound miles of wet roads for hours on end, experiencing nothing but uncertainty at every turn.
  • But as I was mulling this a little later, I was suddenly struck by one of those things that was probably already obvious to everyone else: There are a handful of strange inflection points where rock nerd culture and mass culture are in eerie synchrony for a few moments before skittering off in their respective ways for a bit — and one of them was my early teens. The (Rock) Stars Are Aligned
  • For what Steyn calls a cheerier take, though, there's this, from some make-pretend academic on the wingnut gravy train: Firedoglake
  • For some eerie reason I am reminded of a passage in the bible where it talks of the Anti-Christ being made into the likeness of man …. perhaps corporate personhood is what this passage really meant? Think Progress » Corporations Speak Out Against SCOTUS Ruling, Call On Congress To Approve Public Financing Of Campaigns
  • It is this eerie emptiness that Lucier's camera records.
  • Not having told him about the eeriest aspect of my road-crash experience, I just shrugged. NIGHT SISTERS
  • The plant has spawned human fatalities and engendered the strange fauna and flora found on the eerie headland where the derelict buildings remain. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are something much more eerie and ethereal, a coming together of cosmic forces and imagination that leaves the workaday world behind. Times, Sunday Times
  • An eerie orange glow lights up the devastation of Bijlmermeer - the Amsterdam suburb set ablaze by a crashing El Al plane.
  • Particularly clever is the use of the extracted reverberation from the harp, used as an eerie synthesizer patch in its own right.
  • It is those senses of the situation which a certain Russian forecaster's reliance on adducing patterns among images depends, as a key to a shift in such effects as mass-psychology of the eerie qualities which Shelley attributes to the optimistic upsurge he references in his LaRouche's Latest
  • Her reflection was eerie and the skylight threw a shocking bright light down on top of her.
  • A toad croaked in the distance breaking the eerie silence that haunted the halls of trees and earth.
  • This really very scary Japanese ghost story from director Hideo Nakata exerts a chilling grip with its icy calm and eerie reticence.
  • The pace picks up as the crew from the cursed ship starts an eerie song and the celebrating sailors try to counter with a merry drinking song of their own.
  • After the blitz came the eerie calm. Times, Sunday Times
  • The most eerie part of the trip was the journey home. Times, Sunday Times
  • The calm was eerie; the vista serene and surreal. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was a hoarse, awful, prolonged bellow, as of some giant ox in sore distress, and when it would stop, occasionally, faint and far would come another bellow, mellowed by distance, but sounding unspeakably eerie and frightsome. All Aboard A Story for Girls
  • We finally manage to get to the heart of the eerie water delta where the devastation was appalling.
  • This transformation, displayed in haunting dream sequences and eerie visions, makes for some genuinely frightening and heart-stopping moments.
  • Its rays of light cast eerie shadows that danced on the wall and the ceiling.
  • There was an eerie atmosphere throughout the afternoon. Times, Sunday Times
  • The extra light cast eerie shadows on the glistening metal walls, not helping the sick feeling in her stomach.
  • Consumers are cheerier both about the present situation and the outlook. Times, Sunday Times
  • She heard the eerie noise of the wind howling through the trees.
  • The bells in the final movement are much more forward and eerie.
  • Those lava-flow saxophones aren't even the eeriest thing about "Paul Motian on Broadway, Volume 5. Paul Motian: Two From An Anti-Drummer
  • It caught me by surprise and was eerie, something that made the hairs stand up on the back of my neck. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was an eerie and sombre scene, a grey warship beneath a leaden sky with the occasional drop of rain falling.
  • I defy you to put one on and not feel cheerier about life. Times, Sunday Times
  • The abandonment feels decidedly eerie. Times, Sunday Times
  • One idea of his now was to create a _feerie_, or sort of pantomime, sparkling throughout with wit. Balzac
  • His pictures glow strangely and have an almost eerie feel. Times, Sunday Times
  • The eerie squeal of a wood duck came from somewhere behind the gray tangle of naked oaks, willows cypress, elm, tupelo and cottonwood.
  • The result is an authentically eerie, but faithful, rendering of Guthrie's songs.
  • But the Cenobites remain delightfully eerie (and sexy) creations, as does the "Lemarchand configuration. Sometimes you sulk, sometimes you burn...
  • He hated how his uncle crept up silently on him; it was both eerie and uncanny.
  • There was an almost eerie lull as angry voters went to polls on Thursday. Times, Sunday Times
  • Other bands competing are Bedlam, local funksters Khaki Marquee and the all-female trio Proem - a surprise addition to this year's final in that the band plays emotive and eerie music, a world away from that of the other bands.
  • I had fractured the bone above the knee and the unbroken part was responding to the reaction of foot movement, but there was no connection, a most eerie sensation.
  • To his left were the small eerie rooms inside boxes with which Susan was beginning to occupy her time.
  • We move swiftly past riotously colonised rock faces of the cliffs into the eerie green water below the arch.
  • Over the next few days we cut holes in the sea ice and dived beneath it, which was strange but beautiful in an eerie sort of way.
  • Eerie and harrowing, the film seethes with barely suppressed ferocity.
  • This certain interval will give rise to the eerie phantasmatic ir-reality of the Sanatorium as a result of the contamination and rapid decomposition of time. Celebrated Animators The Quay Brothers Return with a New Feature | /Film
  • The cries of circling gulls add to the eerie sense of remoteness.
  • Jerry L. Thompson Smith's pieces, far from being dispassionate arrangements of geometric elements, retain an eerie sense of presentness, as if they have us fixed in their invisible gaze. The Artist in All His Dimensions
  • The plant has spawned human fatalities and engendered the strange fauna and flora found on the eerie headland where the derelict buildings remain. Times, Sunday Times
  • The waters of Loch an Eilean were flat calm and the stillness of the air almost eerie.
  • The Arts Parkade turns out to be a serviceable venue for Greek tragedy, with an upper ramp allowing for a two-tiered set and all that cold concrete creating an eerie echo.
  • His fourth album is an eerie concoction full of minor chords, pedal steel guitar, and a bizarro percussion section that includes a mailbox and a Dr. Pepper sign.
  • Welles uses his own intimate vocal delivery, and an atmospheric soundscape, to prepare us for a final zinger that is both eerie and contemplative.
  • The girl stares at the shark, her pretty human eye focused on the eye of the sightless, eerie fish.
  • The administration pondered the question of making Saddam’s ouster a war aim, but the more it did so, the leerier it got. How Wars end
  • After the hectic activity during daytime, the area is virtually deserted by dusk with the chirping of crickets casting an eerie spell on the setting.
  • Eventually I got up and put more wood in the stove, noting an almost eerie blue moonlight outside.
  • The most eerie part of the trip was the journey home. Times, Sunday Times
  • The night music of the third movement flickered with spectral glissandos and eerie harmonics.
  • It is eerie green with blooming aurora; ripples of light play like piano keys above me. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wind whistled against the hole in the back wall, which heightened the eerie effect of the scene which lay before them.
  • He huddled up into the fetal position and lay there a few moments, his eyes clamped tightly shut as that eerie voice filled his mind.
  • The path winds through a legion of eerie stone figures, some towering 100 feet above.
  • Unlocking the main door, I step in, taking off my shoes, despite the eerie silence, despite the fear caused by the absence of lights in the hall.
  • Out of the eerie, swirling opening chords a distinctive descending tune emerges, plucked on an acoustic guitar. Times, Sunday Times
  • Glover also provides the eerie guitar noodling and intense emotional climaxes.
  • He hated how his uncle crept up silently on him; it was both eerie and uncanny.
  • At first light, when alpenglow fires the high summits with radiance like the burn of a gigantic campfire, the dusty surface of the old snowpack glows with eerie luster.
  • The award-winning sculptor of found footage has become a contemporary ambassador of the technique largely thanks to his 2002 film "Decasia," which literalized its title by turning physically distressed footage into quicksilver sequences of eerie beauty. A Filmmaker Mines History for Meaning
  • To call this tale eerie is a bit of an understatement. REVIEW: The Dealings of Daniel Kesserich by Fritz Leiber
  • What really makes button, button so eerie, is its familiarity. First Trailer for Richard Kelly’s ‘The Box’ « Giant Killer Squid - Film, Comics, News, Reviews and more
  • The second movement is an eerie threnody, while the third manages almost to resolve the emotional trauma of the first.
  • They (like the Tewa Pueblo dancers) wore traditional clothing; they enacted their story to eerie-sounding didjeridu music, miming the ancient murder and rebirth of a hero.
  • The similarities between the two namesakes are eerie.
  • There is a slightly eerie atmosphere at the dressage arena. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was then that I heard an eerie melody upon the air, from a lute, or other stringed instrument.
  • They retain an eerie, anthropomorphic sense of presentness; faceless, eyeless, even, bodyless—Smith plays havoc with familiar proportions and divisions—they nonetheless seem to confront us and fix us with their invisible gaze. The Artist in All His Dimensions
  • The spectral shimmer of Terra Incognita is eerier still, especially when Cox beckons "Will you join me?" in a voice as seductive as it is chilling. Atlas Sound: Parallax – review
  • The most stunning demonstration of its unearthly spell occurs late in Pequod's ill-fated voyage, when the ship is illuminated by an eerie outburst of corposants in the midst of a violent squall.
  • Anything having to do with ghosts, curses, eerie phenomena, and unexplained events in ballparks or associated with baseball teams is welcome.
  • It's sort of eerie writing/talking as though there's someone else here when there mightn't be anyone at all.
  • We thought of getting another one and chaining it to a tree or to a cement-locked stake in the ground, but then we realized we were getting a bit too much of an eerie glow in our eyes.
  • It seems almost eerie that something so stunning can be so silent.
  • You knew you had achieved the ultimate look when your flares completely covered your feet, giving the distinctly eerie impression you were floating down the street.
  • But right now he's at the centre of a prospective bid battle that carries eerie echoes from his past. Times, Sunday Times
  • The bright day made the white room cheerier than it had seemed two days ago, and the slanting roof made it snug, though no warmer. Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear
  • This salt flat in Bolivia, the landlocked heart of South America, is a harsh and eerie landscape, perhaps the closest thing nature has to a void.
  • The throbbing chords of Blink-182's songs had driven the eerie faerie melodies right out of her head. CIRCLE OF THREE: BOOK 6: RING OF LIGHT
  • She heard the eerie noise of the wind howling through the trees.
  • This perturbing mix of architecture and the body is typical of Hatoum, renowned for her eerie transformations of familiar household stuff into potential instruments of torture. This week's new exhibitions
  • He took a bunch of pictures with it, and sure enough, they too look as metallically eerie and ghostlike as if they'd been lost in archives for a century.
  • Olivia said, “There is the eeriest old woman on one of the delivery routes.” Starting from Scratch
  • They are something much more eerie and ethereal, a coming together of cosmic forces and imagination that leaves the workaday world behind. Times, Sunday Times
  • The eerie wind began to sound like the wail of a banshee, the creaks and groans of the castle began to seem like footsteps stalking toward her.
  • The thick black hands flamed with an eerie blue sheen in the low light of the bridge, and dark green eyes glowed with a deranged luminescence from deep-set pits under the gunner's brow.
  • As 2011 begins, what could be eerier than reading secret Soviet documents from the USSR's Afghan debacle of the 1980s? Tom Engelhardt: The Urge to Surge: Washington's 30-Year High
  • The abandonment feels decidedly eerie. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is too unlikely a similarity to be mere coincidence, and it produces the eerie suspicion/sensation that the women are doubles of one another.
  • Whose eyne dyd feerie sheene, like blue-hayred defs [9], The Rowley Poems
  • The sun had vanished and dusk had taken over the countryside, casting villages, fields and woods in eerie purple half-light. LOST SUMMER
  • After the explosion, an eerie silence fell upon the scene.
  • It's shot in a clunky retro-futurist style, and the director declares himself influenced by Fritz Lang, filling his screen with eerie, gigantic hardware shot in mouldy, decaying, soft-focus sepia.
  • Mr. Williams rubs the side of his thumb against his bass strings adding tension to the eerie sound as Mr. Wilson adds further agitation by using apiece of chain to rub against his cymbal. Ralph A. Miriello: Denny Zeitlin With Buster Williams and Matt Wilson at the Kitano
  • The connection, she discovers, is an eerie video they'd watched together exactly one week before. John Farr: Going Bump in the Night: More Prime Halloween Movie Fare
  • STREATOR -- Soldiers 'paths may cross in eerie ways years after the battles have ended. Bunker, Park G.
  • The lights were spaced three feet apart, just enough to cast an eerie glow over the stairs.
  • Soon enough, the boat's whistle began to blow an eerie piercing sound as the water vehicle began moving.
  • In the eerie silence, Sanura felt a twitch of hunger.
  • It certainly sounds a heck of a lot cheerier than the alternative. Martha A. Duggan: The Case for a Federal 'Green Bank'
  • Scientists have created eerie zombie dogs, reanimating the canines after several hours of clinical death in attempts to develop suspended animation for humans.
  • When the gag comes off he pulls an eerie smug grin. The Sun
  • Eerie sounds emit from the dark, gabled building just about 50 meters from her bedroom window, from which she peeks and stares, trying to decipher what unsavory shenanigans are being committed over there.
  • It was a strange and eerie feeling riding through the near deserted streets of this once great city that I had read and seen so many films about.
  • A solo for Daniel Proietto, the eerie work recalled languorous images of Nijinsky (it was inspired by his drawings and paintings). NYT > Home Page
  • It's not that veeries are especially handsome thrushes, but I thrill to their song that rolls down the scale in an emphatic and ringing manner.
  • The gecko glowered at Nawin with appetite and fixed interest as if he were an esculent appetize -- the gecko crawling on the railing of the BTS Skytrain station looking down at the small womanly morsels and traffic below and amorous Nawin doing the same but as he glanced up dizzyingly at the facade of the colossal Intercontinental Hotel with its eerie pale-blue light diffused throughout, he felt like he was falling into a deep - blue eternal space. An Apostate: Nawin of Thais
  • Capitalising on its eerie claustrophic domestic ambiance early on this is a brooding creeper that has a powerful ability to ensnarl the audience into its relentless spell. This Week’s Essential SCARY Movies for Free T.V Guide | Obsessed With Film
  • The water is an eerie, cloudy blue, and as hot as bath water.
  • It's eerie to walk through a dark wood at night.
  • It was a very eerie, strange thing. The Sun
  • Today, an eerie silence cloaks the Carlton Hotel, which was closed and mothballed in 1997.
  • With an eerie blend of ghosts, ghouls, and Gary Busey, VH1 launches its newest venture in celeb-reality, the? Ghost Hunting with VH1: The Celebrity Paranormal Project
  • But almost instantly the battery-powered emergency light came on, illuminating the nightmare scene with an eerie blue radiance.
  • In his case it is his eerie calmness under almost any amount of pressure. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's eerie to walk through a dark wood at night.
  • Her eyes took on a deep rose hue, golden spokes radiating outwards from her pupils, creating an eerie starburst effect.
  • One idea of his now was to create a feerie, or sort of pantomime, sparkling throughout with wit. Balzac
  • Some show York street scenes so deserted that they have an eerie quality.
  • Jeryd is a rumel, a species of nonhuman that can live for hundreds of years and shares the city with humans, birdlike garuda, and the eerie banshees whose forlorn cries herald death. Archive 2010-03-01
  • Without a camera to imply documentation or recording, these beautiful, often eerie works become ephemeral. Times, Sunday Times
  • Puss teams up with Humpty Dumpty a creepily epicene ovoid voiced with eerie plaintiveness by Zach Galifianakis to repay an old debt by stealing some magic beans from Jack and Jill. 'Like Crazy': From Cupid's Blunders, Wonders
  • Suddenly seeing a turtle emerge out of the deep blue like a ghostly figure is eerie and amazing in equal measure. The Sun
  • In his case it is his eerie calmness under almost any amount of pressure. Times, Sunday Times
  • There was an eerie feel as tangible traces of lives were evident on some walls and whitewashed away on others. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was strange to her how much the scenery had changed, from eerie and dismal to lush and dark.
  • Verlyn Klinkenborg is a poet with a subject today that transcends our peerie focus on little crimes and their criminals. OpEdNews - Quicklink: Klinkenborg at Fifty-Five
  • A full moon rode in a sky rid at last of the mist of the day, and its light cast everything in an eerie chiaroscuro. FLOATING CITY
  • To a town dweller the silence is eerie - so this is how the wilderness felt to the early explorers and settlers.
  • The sound was particularly successful in adding an eerie feel to the mysterious and compelling plot.
  • The devastation takes on an eerie beauty, as captured by Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre. Haunting Images Of Detroit's Decline (PHOTOS)
  • The utter silence for several minutes that introduces the cropdusting sequence-no background music at all throughout the entire sequence, a genius move that doubles the eerie juxtapositions and dramatic ironies that makes the scene such a classic. PopMatters
  • He began to move into what he calls "dynamic actions," which led to his so-called "subsensory" works, like "Experiencia 1 A" 1971, which produced eerie, sensual images of hands rubbing various surfaces. Defying Artistic Boundaries
  • The stage is completely clear, except for a chair in eerie spotlight. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Which Origin Stories are Plausible?
  • She stepped inside, there was still no light and the pale moonlight shining in the door illuminated the room, casting eerie shadows.
  • There was the cash drawer, sliding open with a ching that seemed now like something eerie and wholly alien.
  • A flying saucerlike object hovered low over O'Hare International Airport for several minutes before bolting through thick clouds with such intense energy that it left an eerie hole in overcast skies, said some United Airlines employees who observed the phenomenon. OpEdNews - Quicklink: Chicago Tribune: UFO Over O'Hare?
  • The light from the cigarette made his eyes glow in an eerie, unsettling fashion, causing the pupils to glow a strange, catlike yellow.
  • She got up slowly and walked along the hallway, and for some reason she was glad of the eerie silence and peacefulness.
  • It must be owned, at the same time, that the words fay and fairy may have been mere adoptions of the French fee and feerie, though these terms, on the other side of the Channel, have reference to a class of spirits corresponding, not to our fairies, but with the far different Fata of the Italians. Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft
  • Police are looking for information after a stolen car was crashed and abandoned into Kirkwall's Peerie Sea.
  • He was magnetic to an extent that was almost eerie. Times, Sunday Times
  • Even the cheeriest of optimists would have to acknowledge that we are in the grip of a pronounced bear market. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yesterday's attacks carried several eerie echoes of the July 7 bombings.
  • It was not the warm, gentle radiance of a flame, but an eerie, greenish glow whose essence was cold and lifeless.
  • It's dark and eerie - a bizarre experience enhanced by the narcosis that is slowly creeping up on me.
  • Bill, they obviously hired routh because of his eerie resemblance to Christopher Reeve. Superman Returns
  • Several lots have been sold, but only one has anything on it: an eerie, half-completed brick house.
  • I saw Magneezhy clap his hand to his brow, wheel round like a peerie, or a sheep seized with the sturdie, and then play flap down on his broadside, breaking the necks of half-a-dozen cabbage-stocks -- three of which were afterwards clean lost, as we could not put them all into the pot at one time. The Life of Mansie Wauch tailor in Dalkeith
  • Mr. Hopper's eeriest performance was in David Lynch's "Blue Velvet" (1986) as a gas-sniffing sadist named Frank Booth. Dennis Hopper, actor and director of 'Easy Rider,' dies
  • An eerie orange glow lights up the devastation of Bijlmermeer - the Amsterdam suburb set ablaze by a crashing El Al plane.
  • The second is the eerie howling that echoes around the night sky. Times, Sunday Times
  • I found the silence underwater really eerie.
  • Dry laughter and hilarity ensue, but the eerie arch of the original is intact.
  • It bathed his black-clad figure with eerie, blood-colored light that glanced off the silver circlet binding his black hair.
  • In fashion and music, cycles of revivals, retrospectives, and recombinations have emerged, defining styles with an eerie predictability.
  • It's the darkest; it goes into the scariest, eeriest places; it required taking hard looks at frightening things, so it was emotionally draining. Diana Abu-Jaber discusses her true identity with Origin
  • My father identifies this as a nest of veeries, a kind of thrush. Globe and Mail
  • Chastity sighed in relief, but fear quickly returned when she noticed the forest was no longer bright and magical, but dark and eerie.
  • An eerie symbiosis of human and machine effort is also starting to evolve.
  • Yea, yea! puir Tammy and his pate-keschie does mair for ill-luckit, wandering sea-folk than does the muckle kirk and the peerie [3] queen pit together. Viking Boys
  • With an eerie howl, the wind kicked up a cloud of dust, and suddenly, a gray figure leapt over Aeslyn, and knocked Adelaide to the ground.
  • A few well timed shoves jolted the wooden crate that had barred the exit, leading them all up into the eerie silent Southwestern portion of La Fortaleza's courtyard.
  • The harsh neon light hanging from the tiled ceiling cast an eerie glow on his face, illuminating his serious features.
  • A Saw type figure, played by Tyler Perry as Madea in a horrific Richard Nixon mask, taunts the survivors with his eerie song "kerplunk kerplunk, marbles on your head, I pull out another stick, and you'll be dead. Jilly Gagnon: New Movies From Mattel
  • There was an eerie feel as tangible traces of lives were evident on some walls and whitewashed away on others. Times, Sunday Times
  • His—its—eyes are eerie, crowlike and tilting sharply upward at the outer ends, yet oddly human. Old Magic
  • Great use of sound, lighting and camera angles draw you in to this absurdly eerie little shaggy-dog story.
  • I was even leerier than usual about free food, but I did try my first cheese curd at the Small Beer Press party. Wiscon Day 4 - Report 12
  • The plant has spawned human fatalities and engendered the strange fauna and flora found on the eerie headland where the derelict buildings remain. Times, Sunday Times
  • The bell let out an ear-shattering, death-defying ring that sent out ghosts and wights and phantoms and other eerie, unfriendly shadowlings.
  • That eerie morning dark only exists on rainy mornings with the curtains drawn.
  • The news from Washington this past week had eerie echoes of the lead-up to the war in Iraq.
  • The plant has spawned human fatalities and engendered the strange fauna and flora found on the eerie headland where the derelict buildings remain. Times, Sunday Times
  • It looks like a bunker or, for cheerier souls, a sanctuary. Times, Sunday Times
  • The sound and evocative lighting give you a feeling of being in a dark, eerie dream. Times, Sunday Times
  • The melodies here could hardly be called hooky or blatantly poppy, but they have a mantra-like quality that's infectious and slightly eerie.
  • The flames flickered in the darkness of the lower level and cast eerie shadows over the ground.
  • It's not that veeries are especially handsome thrushes, but I thrill to their song that rolls down the scale in an emphatic and ringing manner.
  • The relative calm before this convention is almost eerie.
  • I had never dived on a real pirate ship, and I imagined fully rigged masts, broad wooden beams, and a blonde-haired damsel gracing the bow of an eerie ghost ship.
  • The backroads of Aruba take travelers past eerie rock formations, cacti and our famous divi-divi trees. WN.com - Articles related to Fears of England Twenty20 travel chaos ease
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