Is the verb "creep" used a lot together with "around"?
Yes, the verb "creep" is used a lot with the word "around" to form the phrasal verb "creep around". To "creep around" means to move very slowly or sneakily, or to behave or exist in a sneaky or creepy manner. Ex: He's been creeping around the house looking for money. Ex: Close the door so we don't have any bugs creeping around.
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