Definition of spookily in US English:

spookily

adverb

informal
  • See spooky

    • ‘The deep, humming major chords of this track suggest the forces of order being spookily restored, as cops storm ranch houses, kids plead innocence, and the eight-minute ambient-house track follows the teens right into the defendant box.’
    • ‘People make mistakes thinking that if you light it spookily, it's noir.’
    • ‘A great moment comes when he meets his father for the first time, which coincides spookily with a visit from Renee.’
    • ‘The odd, wandering vocal melody appears and disappears spookily.’
    • ‘Indeed, movies seemed spookily to have pre-reacted.’

Pronunciation

spookily

/ˈspo͞okəlē/