1950's word used by women to decribe an undesirable man.
He is such a creep. Who would want to go out with him?
Por Bill 08 de marzo de 2005
Drive or move slowly on foot, on the way to do an illegal job.
"Let's creep on this muh-fucka."
"Let's creep around to tha back entry."
Por Diego 18 de julio de 2003
a dude that trys way to hard with chicks, usually younger chicks. Also usually waits till the chicks are fucked up to take advantage of them
Yo what the fuck ebert is such a creep
Por dillhole 04 de septiembre de 2005
an awesome song of radiohead...

meaning of something like loser, or not good enough for someone you love...
being wierd, and strange.
"your so fucking special, i wish i was special...but im a creep... im a wierdo.. what the hell im i doing here... i dont belong here..."
radiohead- creep
Por luz 30 de junio de 2005
To have sex with someone, usually someone you're cheating with
"He been creeping with other women all over town, why you defending him?"
Por Sarah 21 de mayo de 2003
A creep is a male that a female is not interested in. A
woman may label a man a creep if the man does not communicate
to her that he has wealth, power, or influence (such as by
the clothes he wears, the car he drives, the job title he
carries, or other external signs of social proof), and the
only thing he does show to her, his physical attractiveness,
is not enough to interest her.
If a man wears a T-shirt and jeans, gets off a bus, and
smiles at a woman, then she may label him a creep, ignore his
smile, and walk away. If the same man wears a suit, gets out
of a limousine, is surrounded by his subordinates, and smiles
at the same woman, then she may label him as her new sugar
daddy, return his smile, and join him.
Por StevenTM 17 de enero de 2008
When somebody does something that was on the low and wrong. Like if a guy were to try to take his best friends girlfriend he would be creep
Man why you did that, you creep dawg
Por Ashanda 01 de junio de 2007

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