spook

Spook vs Panic - What's the difference?

spook | panic |


As a noun spook

is a spirit returning to haunt a place.

As a verb spook

is to scare or frighten.

As an adjective panic is

pandean.

Spook vs Scary - What's the difference?

spook | scary |


As nouns the difference between spook and scary

is that spook is a spirit returning to haunt a place while scary is barren land having only a thin coat of grass.

As a verb spook

is to scare or frighten.

As an adjective scary is

causing or able to cause fright.

Phantom vs Spook - What's the difference?

phantom | spook |


As a proper noun phantom

is nickname of the f-4b jet fighter flown by marines in vietnam.

As a noun spook is

a spirit returning to haunt a place.

As a verb spook is

to scare or frighten.

Spook vs Gook - What's the difference?

spook | gook |


As nouns the difference between spook and gook

is that spook is a spirit returning to haunt a place while gook is (slang|vulgar|pejorative|offensive|ethnic slur) a person from the far east, oceania or southeast asia, in particular a vietnamese, filipino, chinese, korean person or gook can be (informal) grime or mud.

As a verb spook

is to scare or frighten.

Negroid vs Spook - What's the difference?

negroid | spook |


As nouns the difference between negroid and spook

is that negroid is while spook is a spirit returning to haunt a place.

As a verb spook is

to scare or frighten.

Speak vs Spook - What's the difference?

speak | spook |


As verbs the difference between speak and spook

is that speak is to communicate with one's voice, to say words out loud while spook is to scare or frighten.

As nouns the difference between speak and spook

is that speak is language, jargon, or terminology used uniquely in a particular environment or group or speak can be (dated) a low class bar, a speakeasy while spook is a spirit returning to haunt a place.

Wraith vs Spook - What's the difference?

wraith | spook |


As nouns the difference between wraith and spook

is that wraith is a ghost or specter, especially seen just after a person's death while spook is a spirit returning to haunt a place.

As a verb spook is

to scare or frighten.

Spook vs Creep - What's the difference?

spook | creep |


As a noun spook

is a spirit returning to haunt a place.

As a verb spook

is to scare or frighten.

As a proper noun creep is

(derogatory) the committee]] to re-elect the president, which raised money for [[w:richard nixon|richard nixon's campaign for 1972 reelection.

Coon vs Spook - What's the difference?

coon | spook |


As nouns the difference between coon and spook

is that coon is (informal|chiefly|southern us) a raccoon while spook is a spirit returning to haunt a place.

As verbs the difference between coon and spook

is that coon is (southern us|colloquial) to hunt racoons while spook is to scare or frighten.

Wikidiffcom vs Spook - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | spook |


As a noun spook is

a spirit returning to haunt a place.

As a verb spook is

to scare or frighten.

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