[ UK /ˈi‍əɹɪli/ ]
[ US /ˈɪɹəɫi/ ]
  1. in an unnatural eery manner
    it was eerily quiet in the chapel
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How To Use eerily In A Sentence

  • “Hi,” she called cheerily and grabbed the broom and began to sweep. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Mom
  • The nectarean beverage seemed to operate cheerily on the matron's system; and placing her hand on the boy's curly head, she said (like Andromache, Paul Clifford — Volume 01
  • Distant creaks and groans echoed eerily along the dark corridors.
  • This isn't simply an imitation or impersonation of Brando, but it's eerily close.
  • She pointed an accusing finger at the man, who gaped beerily. Not George Washington — an Autobiographical Novel
  • Two of them then, equally cheerily, climbed into his bed (the third crashed out on the sofa).
  • These holiday season signs seem eerily out of place in this grief-stricken city.
  • But it is eerily impressive, like watching a brilliant young bodybuilder flexing his steroidal muscles.
  • All the same, there are two passages in the book that I found eerily premonitory of what she would do ten years later.
  • And, finally, there could be cemeteries for hypochondriacs which are, and will remain, eerily empty.
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