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Princeton's WordNet1.5 / 2 votes
Dictionary of English Synonymes0.0 / 0 votes
(Bot.) growing on the ground or on supports
Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words2.3 / 4 votes
crawling, reptile, reptant, fawning, truckling, obsequious, sycophantic
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Various elements among the representatives of Islamic State are already slipping into Afghanistan from Iraq and Syria. All this requires the adoption of appropriate preventative measures, the creeping expansion of militant extremism and religious radicalism, not only on the territory of the governments of Central Asia but also abroad, is most seriously concerning.
Many of the things creeping into progressive schools are things that the state supports but a lot of parents do not, the moms voting for Lee Zeldin want a return to the foundations of education: math, reading and science. We don't need political activism or age-inappropriate lessons for our kids.
You claim that socialism has engulfed this country, that it keeps creeping, that it's gonna take over private businesses, etc., etc., that is not happening.
I am done with great things and big plans, great institutions and big success. I am for those tiny, invisible loving human forces that work from individual to individual, creeping through the crannies of the world like so many rootlets, or like the capil
The NFL may be the last bastion of football in 50 years, because I can imagine the slow death of the sport creeping up from the youth level, if we keep finding out about the long-term effects of brain damage caused by the game, it's hard to imagine many parents will allow their children to play. Maybe high school and college football go away. And maybe football becomes more like MMA -- a sport that has relatively few participants, but enough to entertain the masses, with athletes willing to take obvious health risks to achieve money and fame.
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