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ENGLISH LANGUAGE TIPS

Halloween Language

When you see something scary you can describe it with these adjectives:

  • creepy  [his face was creepy with scars and bruises]
  • frightening  [I had a frightening experience, the movie was frightening]
  • horrible  [his scars were horrible]
  • gruesome  [it was a gruesome story of blood and revenge]

These words are usually used together

  • haunted house
  • house of horrors
  • blood curdling scream
  • trick or treat
  • candied apples
  • werewolf
  • jack-o-lantern
  • pumpkin patch
  • pumpkin carving
  • apple bobbing
  • grim reaper
  • black cat
  • walking dead
  • wicked witch
  • frozen with fear