Associations to the word «Creeping»
Pictures for the word «Creeping»
CREEPING, verb. Present participle of creep
CREEPING, noun. The act of something that creeps.
CREEPING BUTTERCUP, noun. A perennial flowering plant, Ranunculus repens.
CREEPING BUTTERCUPS, noun. Plural of creeping buttercup
CREEPING CHARLIE, noun. Moneywort
CREEPING DISEASE, noun. Skin infection by Spirurida larvae
CREEPING ELEGANCE, noun. The tendency of a design project or product cycle to accumulate more and more features or details, rather than to be completed and released at a more basic level.
CREEPING ERUPTION, noun. (parasitology) a skin disease caused by the movement of certain species of ancylostomatid under the skin
CREEPING FEATURISM, noun. Feature creep
CREEPING FIG, noun. A creeping vine that grows on vertical surfaces such as walls, Ficus pumila
CREEPING FIGS, noun. Plural of creeping fig
CREEPING JENNY, noun. A yellow-flowered crawling plant (Lysimachia nummularia, Myrsinaceae) native to Europe, widely planted, also known as moneywort.
CREEPING JENNY, noun. Field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis, Convolvulaceae).
CREEPING THISTLE, noun. Corn thistle.
CREEPING THISTLES, noun. Plural of creeping thistle
CREEPING WATER BUG, noun. Any insect in the family Naucoridae, aquatic predatory true bugs that look like toe biters
CREEPING WATER BUGS, noun. Plural of creeping water bug
CREEPING, noun. A slow mode of locomotion on hands and knees or dragging the body; "a crawl was all that the injured man could manage"; "the traffic moved at a creep".
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