creep

Part of speech: verb

To move as a serpent; crawl; move slowly or stealthily.

Part of speech: verb

To show servility; cringe.

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Usage examples "creep":

  1. I could creep back into your arms if they were empty, and be glad. - "The Hidden Places", Bertrand W. Sinclair.
  2. For there was no further hiding- place here to creep into; no such refuge as King had urged Gloria to hasten to if Brodie came. - "The Everlasting Whisper", Jackson Gregory.
  3. But when I did make my one effort, when I did try to creep out under your eyes, you turned the key on me quickly enough. - "The Nest, The White Pagoda, The Suicide, A Forsaken Temple, Miss Jones and The Masterpiece", Anne Douglas Sedgwick.