When can I use "creep out"?
"Creep out" means to feel nervous and scared. When you creep out, you have a very uncomfortable feeling and may get goose bumps. Here are some examples of "creep out" Ex: I can't see what you are looking at. Don't try to creep me out. Ex: I was completely creeped out when my baby tried to drink the dishwasher.
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