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Definition of "spooks" [spooks]

  • Plural form of spook. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spook. (verb)

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Use "spooks" in a sentence
  • "A half-century of spooks is often so untethered from reason, the subject cries out for the novelist as much as the historian, as even some agents admitted."
  • "In The Manuscript, an enormous cast of characters comprising many sysadmins, many gun-freaks, several combat veterans, spooks from a number of agencies, named and unnamed, ten zillion cops, a group of murderous avenging Taoists, and Sir Richard Francis Burton and a group of Andean holy men who have discovered the secret of the universe."
  • "The orphidnetters are haunted by spooks from a parallel dimension, who seek to prevent them from using the smarts of the orphidnet to develop interdimensional travel."