Phrasal Verbs Using 'Creep'

Creep in

Start to be noticeable

Example:He tried to stay calm, but you could hear the anger CREEPING IN.

Creep in

Get included despite attempts to keep it or them out

Example:Errors CREPT IN as the text got longer.

Creep into

Become noticeable in something

Example:An angry tone CREPT INTO her voice.

Creep out

make someone feel worried or uneasy

Example:He CREEPS me OUT when he gets drunk.

Creep out on

To do the same activity for a very long time

Example:He's been CREEPING OUT ON that computer game all day.

Creep over

Start to have a negative feeling

Example:Fear CREPT OVER me as I walked through the graveyard.

Creep up on

Approach without someone realising

Example:They CREPT UP ON their rivals and overtook them.