An amazing person that attends Cherry Creek High School. Creekers are usually thought to be ridiculously rich kids who get everything they want, this however this is not true. We just get mostly everything we want. We think its funny that other schools have creek days and dress in country club attire. We're sorry we're so good at sports. And we're sorry we almost always win.
Those creekers are unbeatable at tennis, we're all jealous of the creekers
by Lucy [the creeker] August 29, 2008
Used in the Southern United States of America to refer to a back-woods, inbred person, whose mama and papa were blood relatives. Always massively ignorant and always dumb as a post. Physically they appear strange, almost always with wide-spaced eyes and black hair, due to their inbred genetic deformities.
That Little gal was a creeker, so he supposed now one would give a damn if he took her back to his shack and gave her a header.
by Unka Willbur August 25, 2010
A person who lives in, or is from an area known as Short Creek. Typically used as a slang term to describe a member of Fundamentalist Mormonism in the Colorado City Arizona-Hildale Utah area. Locals call it "The Crick."
Bill and Debbie just came in from a trip to the Crick. They said all the Creekers were still living just like they did 30 years ago.
by azburner March 06, 2014
A transplant to Cave Creek, Arizona. An amazingly resistant person that typically acts as if they know it all and rule the very tiny world they now live in, known as Cave Creek, AZ. Creekers are usually thought to be ridiculously self absorbed, deceitful control freaks. Desperate people who live in fear of competition. They think it's funny that not everyone cares about what they left behind where ever it is that they come from. They are dead set on destroying our laid back, easy going western heritage. They want every bit of what is ours to be dead, mostly cowgirls and cowboys and their horses. The Wild West! Which is why they came here to begin with. We're sorry you miss your home where ever it is you came from, but wish you'd melt in our pot of western stew or go home! We don't want what you left behind. We like our little western town and the cowgirls, cowboys, horses, and rodeos that go with it.
Some even belong to the Facebook Group "Creekers"
by Arizona Native April 01, 2010