Basic Guidelines For English Spellings
creep up on someoneMove slowly and carefully toward someone in order to avoid being heard or noticed by them.
crawl, move on all fours, move on hands and knees, pull oneself, inch, edge, slither, slide, squirm, wriggle, writhe, worm, worm one's way, insinuate oneselfsneak, steal, slip, slink, sidle, skulk, pad, prowl, tiptoe, pussyfoot, soft-shoe, tread warily, move stealthily, move furtively, move unnoticed, walk quietly
- ‘they were taught how to creep up on an enemy’
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