ghostly

All Adjective Adverb Noun
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  • Two years later, while at home alone, he says he saw a ghostly black figure.
  • Soon after the operation he begins to see a ghostly woman in the hospital.
  • As they wind up their tour, they find that a second officer has seen the ghostly woman.
  • There are many different ghostly stories about the house and its park.
  • The family of living children and ghostly parents will apparently remain together.
  • He then claimed that he is more afraid of living without her than of her ghostly form.
  • Some think this death began the house's long relationship with ghostly inhabitants.
  • A ghostly woman has also been reported many times being around the Grove.
  • He advises her to become a ghostly spirit so she can watch over her children.
  • Since then, various people have claimed to see a ghostly figure in evening dress at the theatre.
  • The British legend of the ghostly black dog has appeared many times in popular culture.
  • And also he saw disaster like a ghostly figure following her. Cited from Clayhanger, by Arnold Bennett
  • The effect of a full forest of such trees gives visitors a ghostly impression.
  • The fishermen went then out of their houses and led the dead to their goal in ghostly ships.
  • Their help is essential as the man in white is a merely ghostly being unable to touch anything.
  • In the dead of night, the two see a ghostly, naked child running through the house.
  • At last the girl could bear no longer the ghostly silence, and that strange look in her husband's face. Cited from Earth's Enigmas, by Charles G. D. Roberts
  • A ghostly appearance of a black background is seen with a light-colored figure.
  • The reader may wonder why such ghostly things as magnetic charge should be studied at all.
  • A ghostly horse and carriage has also been heard in the lane beside the house, an old coach road.
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