from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Strange or unearthly; eerie.
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- adj. unearthly, alien, supernatural, weird, spooky, eerie
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Hideous; ghastly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. suggesting the operation of supernatural influences
Like bitter juice scratched in eldritch patience and dried on vellum skin. plethora convoluted diadem
Berwin gave a kind of eldritch shriek and stepped back a pace, as though to place himself on his guard.
And the woman, whose voice had risen to a kind of eldritch sing-song, turned with a skip, and was gone.
It appears to be Jesus on Mary's calendar, but that woman is looking at it like it's some kind of eldritch abomination from the bowels of the universe.
Join us, intrepid explorers, as we journey once again into the depths of the Penny Arcade archives, facing eldritch curses and monstrous perils aplenty in our quest to unearth the ancient treasures of the year 2004 A.D.!
Â She now sits on her throne on an abandoned world, trying to control the eldritch power roiling within her.
With the help of editor Paula R. Stiles and a band of eldritch writers she publishes the online zine Innsmouth Free Press.
Born in Austria in the mid-'70s, he's been working under a collective of nom de plumes to add to his eldritch bearing.
She unleashes a few eldritch shrieks and falls to the ground writhing, as if she were Bertha Mason in the attic.
It does not matter what menace you are rescuing her from, so long she is half-naked and the menace is eldritch.