A reanimated human often found in works of horror fiction. Creepy emojis emoticons smileys.
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Scary emojis. This is a list of notable and commonly used emoticons or textual portrayals of a writer s moods or facial expressions in the form of icons originally these icons consisted of ascii art and later shift jis art and unicode art in recent times graphical icons both static and animated have joined the traditional text based emoticons. While intended to represent fear less intense than face screaming in fear it also conveys a wide variety of emotions including feeling amazed shocked sad upset and cold. Duck lips ε copy.
Fearful facewas approved as part of unicode 6 0in 2010 and added to emoji 1 0in 2015. A grotesque red face with horns wide eyes a large nose crooked fangs and a fringe of shaggy hair. Horror face ꈊ copy.
An everyday flashlight electric torch as used when the power goes out camping or telling scary stories. Basic angry attack blush creepy cry cute disapproval dollar donger feces flip table glasses gun happy heart hide hug kiss magic middle finger mustache run sad shrug sparkle spider upside down weird wink. May have a femaleor maleappearance.
Lenny face ʖ copy. Commonly used emojis at halloween include the jack o lantern ghost and spider web. A yellow face screaming in fear depicted by wide white eyes a long open mouth hands pressed on cheeks and a pale blue forehead as if it has lost its color.
Available source files and icon fonts for both personal and commercial use. Its expression evokes edvard munch s iconic painting the scream. 陜 ﾜ span face screaming in fear.
Give lenny kiss copy. Zombiewas approved as part of unicode 10 0in 2017 and added to emoji 5 0in 2017. Depicts an oni a kind of hideous ogre.
Generally depicted at a 45 angle. These are commonly known as emoji. Face screaming in fear.
Smiling face with horns. Naive lenny ಠ ʖ ಠ copy. Bears the same expression as anguished faceon most platforms.
Anxious face with sweat. Angry face with horns.
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